Rationale behind cap for other personal injury cases doesn’t apply to sexual abuse, say lawyers
Only other fourth-time discharge had 15-year suspension, says lawyer
Decision further narrows liability coverage for negligent parent claims, says lawyer
Law Commission report on class actions indicates widespread frustration with slothful court system
A claim an insurer breached its good faith duty was dismissed
Lawyers are suggesting changing the simplified rules by increasing the limit to $200,000 and eliminating juries
A former employee accused the company of discriminatory practices and claimed she was fired as a result
Amendments to the Canada Business Corporations Act will require private companies to register “individuals with significant control.”
The Criminal Lawyers Association has launched a clothing drive to collect used barrister gowns at its spring conference in June and is calling on its peers to help save young lawyers the more-than-$500 investment.
The Ontario Superior Court has dismissed a motor vehicle accident claim brought by a plaintiff who was uninsured for his injuries after signing an excluded driver endorsement in the family insurance policy.