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Non-Disparagement Clauses: Quebec's Superior Court Rules That The Employer's Reputation Prevails
On October 9, 2018, the Superior Court of Quebec rendered its decision in a case involving an employer and its President in a claim against a former employee in connection with negative comments published anonymously....
Canada
17 Dec 2018
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No Liability For Defamation For Basic Hyperlinks, Says Supreme Court
Bloggers, tweeters, webpage owners and other providers and hosts of internet content can breathe a little easier today following a decision of the Supreme Court of Canada that ruled that merely providing hyperlinks to defamatory content cannot make them liable for defamation.
Canada
26 Oct 2011
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Products Liability In Flux: Courts Continue To Struggle With The Doctrine Of Waiver Of Tort
Back in the summer of 2004, Mr. Justice Cullity of the Ontario Superior Court of Justice granted certification of a class action on behalf of users of a certain type of blood glucose monitor, which was alleged to be "dangerously defective" but which appeared to cause no harm: Serhan v. Johnson & Johnson (2004), 72 O.R. (3d) 296 (S.C.J.).
Canada
10 Oct 2006
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