Lawyers who give advice to artists and copyright owners say a recent report by the federal standing committee on Canadian Heritage contains some interesting findings.
Internationally trained lawyers are invited to an event at York University on June 12.
A judge from the Ontario Court of Justice had terse words for the Ontario Provincial Police after an impaired charge against an alleged impaired driver was dismissed.
The chairman of a federal justice committee that is examining online hate speech says that legal changes may be recommended as part of a response to combating online hate speech.
Members of the Canadian Bar Association are calling on the federal government to examine whether it has legal power to ban conversion therapy.
A ruling from the Court of Appeal for Ontario has upheld a lower court’s finding regarding whether doctors in Ontario must do referrals for patients who are seeking medical assistance for procedures where the doctors have religious objections.
The Canadian Bar Association has launched an online resource for its 36,000 members to use to educate themselves about their technological devices when they’re crossing international borders.
Superior Court of Justice Edward Belobaba has dismissed a motion for certification of a class action launched after a cyberattack targeting Casino Rama, a casino and hotel north of Toronto.
A legal battle over audio and video recordings of court proceedings has attracted the attention of lawyers in Ontario, and may be headed to the Supreme Court of Canada.
Judges with the Ontario Court of Appeal have said that a man who was found not criminally responsible for two sexual assault charges and absolutely discharged should not have to comply with the provincial and federal sex offender registries.