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Rogers Partners LLP
The very recent decision in Lloyd v. Bush, 2020 ONSC 842, released on February 6, 2020, demonstrates some of the frailties in our legal system.
Rotfleisch & Samulovitch P.C.
In the recent case of Gordon v Queen, the Federal Court of Canada dove into the rarely explored issue of suing the Canadian Revenue Agency ("CRA") for damages in tort.
Alexander Holburn Beaudin + Lang LLP
Just about anyone who has bought a ticket to ski or snowboard on a British Columbia mountain in recent years will be familiar with (literal) warning signs. They might include phrases such ...
Borden Ladner Gervais LLP
With the end of the school year in sight and festivities like prom approaching, educators, parents, and students alike will be planning well-deserved celebrations to mark the end of another chapter.
Watson Goepel LLP
A recent decision of the BC Court of Appeal, Apps v Grouse Mountain Resorts Ltd., 2019 BCSC 855, will have significant effects for personal injury claimants on British Columbian ski hills
MLT Aikins LLP
A recent decision out of the B.C. Court of Appeal that overturned a B.C. Supreme Court ruling has significant implications for ski hills and other outdoor/adventure tourism operators who rely
Gluckstein Personal Injury Lawyers
We live in a society where we expect our public and private institutions and fellow citizens to act in a way that keeps us reasonably safe and secure. Of course, there will always be some risk of injury as we go about our business.
Clark Wilson LLP
The recent decision from Ontario in the case, Southside Muay Thai Academy Corporation v. Aviva Insurance Company of Canada, 2019 ONSC 6086...
Field LLP
Where a driver's speed is the sole alleged basis of negligence and the driver was travelling at or near the posted speed limit a conclusion that the driver
WeirFoulds LLP
One would expect, when hiring a plumber, that the plumber will not cause a fire when using a blowtorch and solder.
Clark Wilson LLP
Some judges have said yes. Some judges have said no. How to ensure your waiver will work is a critical issue for sports and recreational organizations, and their insurers.
Strigberger Brown Armstrong LLP
Around 2 a.m. on a June 2011 night, the plaintiff decided to go skateboarding on an unlit recreational path at the South Humber Park for a cardio workout.
McLeish Orlando LLP
In an action with multiple defendants, some may be prepared to settle the plaintiff's claims and some may not.
Moodys Gartner Tax Law LLP
During 2016, Mr. Robitaille received a $40,000 cheque from his wholly-owned corporation, and Mr. Robitaille intended this amount to be a management fee includable in his income.
Norton Rose Fulbright Canada LLP
In a recent decision[1], the Court of Québec (Criminal and Penal Division) handed down a sentence against C.F.G. Construction Inc.
Norton Rose Fulbright Canada LLP
En septembre 2012, un travailleur de l'entreprise C.F.G. Construction inc. décède lors d'un accident impliquant un camion lourd appartenant à l'entreprise.
Rogers Partners LLP
The rule is based in trial efficiency and seeks to avoid confusing the jury and wasting time with the sub-litigation of non-essential issues.
McLeish Orlando LLP
The likelihood of a court invalidating a waiver of liability will affect an injured party's ability to obtain damages.
Bogoroch & Associates LLP
If you have suffered from negligent or careless medical care that caused you harm, you may be a victim of medical malpractice and entitled to damages.
Blaney McMurtry LLP
There were three civil decisions released by the Court of Appeal this week. Topics covered included the apportionment of costs following settlement of an MVA case
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