Walking the talk on accommodating lawyers with disabilities

Lawyers at Conway Baxter Wilson Litigation LLP win OBA award for equality, diversity and inclusion
BY Zena Olijnyk 15 Jul 2024

Rules limiting advice on digital trading platforms could prevent investor protection: report

OSC's Investor Advisory Panel suggests compliance review of social media 'finfluencers'
BY Aidan Macnab 15 Jul 2024

Ontario Superior Court denies amendment to include correctional officers in inmate assault lawsuit

The evidence did not meet the recklessness or bad faith threshold: court
BY Angelica Dino 15 Jul 2024

Ont. Superior Court upholds decision restricting Stratford from outsourcing fire dispatch services

City entered into agreement containing a no-contracting-out provision
BY Angelica Dino 15 Jul 2024

The tale of Umar Zameer's two trials – the criminal court and the court of public opinion

Nader Hasan, lawyer for man cleared in death of Toronto cop, explains his strategy
BY Zena Olijnyk 10 Jul 2024

Court of Appeal clarifies how tort of abuse of process interacts with criminal proceedings

Person must knowingly misinform or omit evidence in police complaint
BY Aidan Macnab 10 Jul 2024

Mariam Moktar elected second vice-president of the Ontario Bar Association

She previously served as OBA's treasurer and finance chair
BY Angelica Dino 10 Jul 2024

Ontario Superior Court grants plaintiff's motion to add new defendant in slip and fall case

Lacking investigative steps alone does not necessarily time-bar a claim: court
BY Angelica Dino 10 Jul 2024


Ontario Court of Appeal dismisses First Nations' appeal over environmental regulation changes

Precedent precludes a duty to consult in the law-making process

LSO bencher Murray Klippenstein given "substantial indemnity" costs in suit against legal regulator

Bencher awarded $65,000 after judge rules LSO acted "unreasonably" in dealing with his request

Ontario Superior Court dismisses challenge to West Island redevelopment at Ontario Place

New legislation exempts the area from the Environmental Assessment Act

Ontario Superior Court finds plaintiff contributorily negligent in slip and fall case

She did not inspect the steps for ice or use the handrail before stepping up

Court of Appeal denies lawyer's request for curated court data to determine extent of trial delays

Michael Lesage plans to appeal to the Supreme Court of Canada

Peter Wardle elected treasurer of the Law Society of Ontario

He has over 38 years' experience representing parties in commercial disputes