Ontario superior court awards accident victim $1 million despite defence claims she was malingering

Judge rejects argument that 'hard-working' plaintiff was exaggerating injury for financial gain
BY Zena Olijnyk 22 Mar 2023

Common law reasonable notice still longer than extended mass termination notice: employment lawyer

Ontario recently proposed employment-law changes giving remote workers longer notice in mass-layoffs
BY Aidan Macnab 22 Mar 2023

Jessica Reekie appointed as new executive director of Community Legal Education Ontario

She has over 15 years of experience in public legal education and information
BY Angelica Dino 22 Mar 2023

Ontario Superior Court approves settlement for a child hit by a car while crossing the road

Defendants alleged that the parents failed to supervise their child
BY Angelica Dino 22 Mar 2023

Federation of Ontario Law Associations and FullStop slate trade barbs over law library funding

Library funding a major issue in 2023 LSO Bencher elections
BY Aidan Macnab 21 Mar 2023

OCA finds force majeure clause allows for rent-free lease extension over COVID-19 lockdown period

Landlord seeking leave to appeal to Supreme Court of Canada
BY Aidan Macnab 20 Mar 2023

Changes to personal injury law rules mean firms must be strategic: innovation forum webinar panel

Insurance firms are using hard-line tactics, in-house counsel and favourable laws to their favour
BY Zena Olijnyk 20 Mar 2023

Ontario Justice Education Network welcomes Kristy Pagnutti as executive director

She has worked with OJEN since 2016, managing several initiatives
BY Angelica Dino 20 Mar 2023


Ont. Superior Court finds plaintiff's costs in medical malpractice case unreasonable and excessive

Too many hours billed for preparation and attendance in a virtual motion: court

ChatGPT may improve access to justice, but won’t replace lawyers: Law Commission of Ontario webinar

Speakers say AI tools hold promise in tackling legal questions, if challenges can be overcome

Ontario government proposes overhaul to Mining Act in ‘Building More Mines Act, 2023’

Ford government says changes will secure a 'made-in-Ontario' supply chain of critical minerals

Adjudicator unbiased in her decisions in motor vehicle accident case: Ontario court

Woman unsuccessfully claims insurance benefits through her insurer

Canadian Law Awards Excellence Awardees for Case, In-house, Firm and Profession categories revealed

Esteemed judging panel now looks at Excellence Awardees; winners to be announced at May 11 gala

Annual ‘Blakes Madness’ basketball-themed networking social set for Thursday tipoff

Event tied to March Madness has grown from 60 participants to about 1,000