COVID-vaccine skeptic doctor loses anti-SLAPP case at Court of Appeal

Defendants included prominent journalists who criticized tweets calling vaccine unnecessary
BY Aidan Macnab 28 Feb 2024

Information and Privacy Commissioner calls for retention of public input in Policing Act amendments

The repeal would undermine the principles of transparency and accountability: IPC
BY Angelica Dino 28 Feb 2024

Ontario Superior Court confirms party’s entitlement to broad medical and rehabilitation benefits

Regulations should not restrict benefits for those with minor injuries: court
BY Angelica Dino 28 Feb 2024

Ontario Court of Appeal upholds estate's right to full range of damages in a vehicle accident case

The decedent was pressured into accepting less favourable settlements concerning his tort claim
BY Angelica Dino 28 Feb 2024

Legal groups voice concerns over Ford repeatedly saying he wants 'like-minded' judges

Advocates' group, Criminal Lawyers' Association, CCLA, and FOLA all fired back at the premier
BY Aidan Macnab 28 Feb 2024

Legal Innovation Zone launches program to help legal tech entrepreneurs turn ideas into businesses

The six-week online program is free and available to entrepreneurs globally
BY Aidan Macnab 26 Feb 2024

Law Foundation of Ontario forms strategic partnership with Indigenous Peoples Resilience Fund

The collaboration aligns with the Foundation's dedication to 'truth and reconciliation'
BY Angelica Dino 26 Feb 2024

Ontario Superior Court upholds the College of Physiotherapists’s authority over billing inaccuracies

Four physiotherapists received verbal caution over invoicing practices at their co-owned clinic
BY Angelica Dino 26 Feb 2024


Housing supply needs more public-private collaboration, less red tape, say lawyers

Two Robins Appleby lawyers with different ideas about how to boost residential construction

Judicial vacancies holding up construction litigation: litigators

It can take months to get in front of a judge to schedule a motion, says Sharon Vogel

With new federal funding Pro Bono Ontario expanding program for Ukrainian nationals across Canada

Pro Bono Ontario and the feds made the announcement Tuesday

Ontario Court of Appeal resolves access rights between parents and maternal grandparents

The case involved the court's jurisdiction to enforce access dates for three children

Ontario Court of Appeal upholds dismissal of statute-barred personal injury claim

The court examined precedents involving the limitation period for personal injury claims

Ontario Superior Court rules on admissibility of jury questions in vehicle accident case

Jury questions must be grounded in 'reasonable evidence': court