Focus on

Toronto Lawyers Association calls out Bill 161’s Class Proceedings ‘frank disclosure’ change

Toronto Lawyers Association calls out Bill 161’s Class Proceedings ‘frank disclosure’ change

Adding this language ‘will invite years of further, unnecessary litigation,’ says group

Qase, Vexxit offer new business development websites for lawyers

Qase, Vexxit offer new business development websites for lawyers

Could online marketplaces — think the Ubers, eBays or Tinders of legal services — see a revival?

What COVID-19 class actions will look like

What COVID-19 class actions will look like

Two of Ontario’s top class action lawyers explain the scope and strategies around class actions emerging from the pandemic

Appeal leaves questions about fiduciary duty in clinical trials

Appeal leaves questions about fiduciary duty in clinical trials

Lawyers on Stirrett v. Cheema weigh in on the legal and policy implications of the appeal

Is arbitration between hospital and union the only remedy? Court quashes insurance suit

Is arbitration between hospital and union the only remedy? Court quashes insurance suit

Judge: Provisions of collective agreement were ‘strange’, ‘unique,’ but arbitration is faster, more cost effective

Selling your condo — to pay neighbours’ legal fees?

Selling your condo — to pay neighbours’ legal fees?

A recent Superior Court of Justice decision in Ontario could be interpreted as a ‘gamechanger’ for condo law