Current Issue

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March, 2018


  • Gabrielle Giroday

    Editorial Obiter

    Post-Hryniak pushback

    When the Supreme Court of Canada delivered its landmark judgment in Hryniak v. Mauldin in 2014, it marked a massive shift in the way civil litigation was approached.
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    Rhetoric vs. reality on self-represented litigants

    Currently, there is a tension between the rhetoric and reality of civil litigation practice in cases involving self-represented litigants.

Focus On

  • A potential national securities regulator raises concerns

    On March 22, the Supreme Court of Canada will hear the appeal on the Quebec government’s reference regarding the attempt to create a voluntary new pan-Canadian securities regulatory body.
  • Supreme Court sets out liability for auditors

    The Supreme Court of Canada has laid out the scope of responsibility for auditors following a 4-3 decision that found that Deloitte & Touche was negligent in performing a statutory audit and failing to uncover fraud committed by Livent Inc.’s management.
  • Payments lawyers disappointed by SCC ruling

    In a decision delivered in October 2017, the Supreme Court of Canada ruled that banks that had been the victims of a fraudulent cheque scheme were required to repay the company whose employee drew up the false cheques.
  • When #MeToo reaches the boardroom

    The #MeToo movement has been impacting all levels of society, from political leaders to senior executives.

Inside Story

  • Monday, March 5, 2018

    Monday, March 5, 2018

    Shaun O’Brien Becomes New LEAF Legal Director

    Ontario Appoints New Judges

    Lawyer Joins Osler

    Law Times Poll


  • Mar 5, 2018

    Editorial Cartoon: March 5, 2018


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Law Times Poll

A group of benchers opposed to the Statement of Principles will need to win the support of their colleagues to repeal the requirement. Do you think they will be successful in repealing the statement of principles in the coming year?