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How cell phones could weaken personal injury claims

How cell phones could weaken personal injury claims

Personal injury lawyer explains ‘distracted walking’ and how it could give defence lawyers a contributory negligence argument

Four considerations for surveillance and Facebook evidence

Four considerations for surveillance and Facebook evidence

Thomson Rogers partner explains key Court of Appeal decision and how personal injury lawyers can deal with it

Legal Aid Ontario introduces temporary procedural changes to help lawyers during the COVID-19 crisis

Legal Aid Ontario introduces temporary procedural changes to help lawyers during the COVID-19 crisis

Lawyers may now temporarily apply for legal aid on behalf of in-custody clients

A bellwether for COVID’s access to justice crisis: Court reporting industry’s transformation

A bellwether for COVID’s access to justice crisis: Court reporting industry’s transformation

Recent ingenuity nothing new for stenographers

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

Refugee lawyers lament decision to suspend asylum at Canada-U.S. border for COVID-19 containment

Refugee lawyers lament decision to suspend asylum at Canada-U.S. border for COVID-19 containment

Government should not have to choose between fighting COVID-19 and upholding human rights, CARL said