Long term care home residents greatly impacted by COVID detention measures.: Advocacy lawyer

Long-term care residents have the highest inoculation rates but are still limited
BY Annabel Oromoni 13 Oct 2021

Judge accused of bias rejects disbarred lawyer's motion to overturn dismissed appeal

Judge denied personal interest in subject-matter of dismissed appeal
BY Katrina Eñano 13 Oct 2021

Evidence obtained at photo line-ups ruled admissible in robbery case

Factors set out in SCC decision applied in determining admissibility of photo line-up evidence
BY Katrina Eñano 13 Oct 2021

Mother brought children to Ontario and refused to return home to UAE, order to return stayed: court

The father claimed wrongful detention by the mother
BY Jason Tan 13 Oct 2021

Auto insurers' profit increase during COVID demonstrates need for transparency: lawyer

The auto insurance market saw a 27.6-per-cent premium gain despite less accidents and reduced claims
BY Annabel Oromoni 13 Oct 2021

Donation of $12,000 to promote urban studies efforts at Windsor Law

Windsor Law Centre for Cities offers possibilities to work toward sustainable local governance
BY Bernise Carolino 13 Oct 2021

uOttawa law students launch free platform to help small businesses combat data breaches

Platform assists small businesses without enough resources in facing legal impacts of privacy breach
BY Bernise Carolino 13 Oct 2021

Directives from Ontario Chief Medical Officer ruled reasonable

Directives neither unreasonable nor violated s. 7 of the Charter, court said
BY Katrina Eñano 11 Oct 2021


Court grants father decision-making authority over child's vaccination

Child never received standard childhood vaccinations

Stay order allowed, Indigenous minor allowed to remain with caregivers pending appeal: court

Serious issues must be resolved before reuniting child with family members and Indigenous community

Tenant ordered to pay rent arrears after COVID-19 restrictions triggered force majeure clause

Economic effects of COVID-19 restrictions have impacted commercial landlords and tenants, court said

Justice of the peace removed from office over opinion article on bail system

Article undermined public confidence in the administration of justice, court said

Participation in case conference not private information, disclosure not a breach of privacy: court

Counsel has a duty to her client to divulge information related to the case

Ontario's top court stays decision in case involving Indigenous child in need of protection

Appeal raises questions on proper evaluation of best interest in placement of Indigenous children