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March, 2018
  • Carriage of price-fixing class action awarded

    An Ontario judge has awarded carriage of a proposed class action against bread sellers for an alleged price-fixing scheme to a consortium led by Strosberg Sasso Sutts LLP.
  • Paralegal looks to stop unlicensed agents at LTB

    A Cornwall, Ont. paralegal has brought a court application to try to stop property managers who are not licensed to practise law from providing legal services at the Ontario Landlord and Tenant Board.
  • Decision to deny status to student groups upheld

    An Ontario Superior Court judge has ruled that he has jurisdiction under what he described as “the law of groups” to review decisions by student unions at three post-secondary institutions that denied official status to two anti-abortion groups and a “men’s rights” organization.

Commentary


  • Philip Girard

    That's History

    A portrait of an SCC tigress

    Few readers likely need an introduction to Claire L’Heureux-Dubé or Constance Backhouse.
  • Gabrielle Giroday

    Editorial Obiter

    LTB issues

    Paralegal James Moak has brought a court application in the Ontario Superior Court to try to stop property managers who are not licensed to practise law from providing legal services at the Ontario Landlord and Tenant Board.
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    Beware the use of crypto-currencies

    Crypto-currencies are the newest and biggest trend in the financial industry. Fuelled by millennials who have grown up in the digital age, their popularity is reaching new heights.

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  • Monday, March 12, 2018

    Monday, March 12, 2018


    Miles Becomes New CEO Of Law Society Of Ontario

    Firm Welcomes New Partner

    Writing Prize Announced

    Law Times Poll

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  • Mar 12, 2018

    Editorial Cartoon: March 12, 2018

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