Ruling gives 'clearer directions' on assessing limitations period in disability cases, say lawyers

'Clear and unequivocal denial' not necessary for claim's discoverability: Court of Appeal
BY Aidan Macnab 08 Dec 2021

Trafficking convictions tossed after trial judge takes four years to release reasons for judgment

Court of Appeal found presumption of integrity and impartiality had been rebutted in the case
BY Aidan Macnab 08 Dec 2021

Toronto Lawyers Association confers Award of Distinction on Louise Arbour

Arbour has received 40 honorary degrees throughout her legal career
BY Katrina Eñano 08 Dec 2021

Arbitrator rules on sick pay entitlement of workers isolated due to possible COVID-19 exposure

Arbitrator also determined whether employees may be forced into isolation
BY Katrina Eñano 08 Dec 2021

Panel to discuss role of litigation and regulation in managing justice system use of AI

Law Commission of Ontario amid a multi-year law reform review on AI and automated decision-making
BY Aidan Macnab 06 Dec 2021

Ontario avoided public consultation in making decisions with environmental impact: auditor general

Lack of public consultation undermined purposes of Environmental Bill of Rights: auditor general
BY Katrina Eñano 06 Dec 2021

Court denies appeal of vac-truck operator injured during chemical spill clean-up

Tribunal decision denying worker's claim for accident benefits entitled to deference: court
BY Katrina Eñano 06 Dec 2021

Expectation of materialization not a factor in determining contingent interest in land: court

It is the nature of all contingent interests that they may never materialize
BY Jason Tan 06 Dec 2021


Law Society of Ontario defers vote on eliminating mandatory minimum wage for articling students

Around 10-15 per cent of articling placements are unpaid or paid below the minimum wage: report

Court clarifies role of public correction in secondary market misrepresentation claims

Judge imposed unduly onerous standard for establishing public correction, court said

D. John Naccarato Memorial Award at Queen's Law commemorates real estate lawyer

John Naccarato was partner at Norton Rose Fulbright in Ottawa for over 25 years

Court finds party can recover fees for expert reports, whether expert called to give evidence or not

Underlying dispute involves whether policy covers business losses caused by unplanned shutdown

SureFund's ease of collaboration on transactions 'key advantage'

In a world of remote work, ability to manage deals whenever, wherever paramount

Canada's Judiciary discusses diversity and balancing the bench at Legal Voices conference

Ontario provincial, superior, and appeal court judges discussed the challenges in improving EDI