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January, 2019
  • Court of Appeal invalidates Uber’s arbitration clause

    The Ontario Court of Appeal has ruled that an arbitration clause used by Uber in a delivery driver’s contract is unenforceable.
  • Sexual assault cases to come before SCC

    The Supreme Court of Canada is going to hear two cases this year about the threshold for a sexual assault defendant to meet for evidence about a complainant’s sexual history to be admissible at trial.
  • Lawyers say accessibility legislation needs timelines

    The federal government’s accessibility legislation has gone to the Senate after seeing several amendments in the House of Commons, but lawyers who work with those who have disabilities say that more amendments are still needed to the bill — particularly when it comes to timelines and the complexity of the complaints process.


  • Gabrielle Giroday

    Editorial Obiter

    Welcome 2019

    If 2018 was an eventful year in legal developments, then 2019 is shaping up to move even more quickly. This edition of Law Times covers a wide range of stories that indicate some of the trends that may dominate in the year ahead.
  • Rebecca Bromwich

    Coding, algorithms, and common law

    The biggest lesson to be learned from what has happened with technology in the recent past is that online tech needs to be subjected to close scrutiny.

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  • Monday, January 7, 2019

    Monday, January 7, 2019

    Windsor To Renovate Law School

    MacKenzie Leading LSO Election

    VUIA Joins Waddell Phillips PC

    Law Times Poll


  • Jan 7, 2019

    Editorial Cartoon: January 7, 2019


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