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Bennett Jones LLP
This is an important decision for food service businesses for several reasons.
McLennan Ross LLP
Before you go to court, you should know what relief you want the court to give you. Courts can award a wide variety of damages, or financial remedies, to a party that suffered a wrong.
Alexander Holburn Beaudin + Lang LLP
Are you all in the clear for that questionable publication that you still host online, notwithstanding the legal threat of action received years ago? Depends where you are.
Borden Ladner Gervais LLP
On March 2, 2020, the Ontario Superior Court granted summary judgment in Supreme Auto Group Inc. v. Toronto Police Services Board et al, 2020 ONSC 1223.
Gowling WLG
The Law Commission of Ontario's multi-year and multi-jurisdictional project to update defamation for the digital age has culminated in the release of a Final Report
Osler, Hoskin & Harcourt LLP
On March 12, 2020, the Law Commission of Ontario (LCO) released its long-awaited final report on Defamation Law in the Internet Age...
Dentons
In late 2019, the Ontario Superior Court recognized the tort of placing a person in a false light for the first time.
McMillan LLP
Amidst calls for legislative reform and enhanced powers for privacy regulators, Canadian courts are playing their own part in expanding the scope of individuals' privacy rights.
Rogers Partners LLP
The plaintiff, Philip Cornish, a criminal defence lawyer, commenced a claim against the OPP and two of its Officers for negligent investigation.
Field LLP
The Ontario Superior Court of Justice has recognized the privacy tort of placing the plaintiff in a false light, awarding both compensatory and punitive damages for same.
DLA Piper
Canadian courts have a reputation of awarding relatively modest damage awards in tort cases, especially when compared to our neighbours to the South.
Field LLP
Canadian courts have traditionally been more reluctant than their American counterparts to recognize torts relating to privacy interests.
Affleck Greene McMurtry LLP
In December 2019, a Superior Court judge awarded damages for the first time for a new privacy tort ("Publicity which places the plaintiff in a false light in the public eye") in Yenovkian v. Gulian, 2019 ONSC 7279.
Torys LLP
In a landmark decision, Yenovkian v. Gulian, released December 19, 2019, the Ontario Superior Court of Justice recognized the privacy tort of "publicity placing a person in a false light"
Borden Ladner Gervais LLP
On January 13, 2020, the Ontario Superior Court of Justice (ONSC) released its decision in Theralase Technologies Inc. v. Lanter, 2020 ONSC 205.
Lenczner Slaght
In the late 2019 decision in V.M.Y. v S.H.G., Justice Kristjanson of the Ontario Superior Court of Justice for the first time ...
Affleck Greene McMurtry LLP
In Theralase Technologies Inc. v. Lanter, 2020 ONSC 205, the plaintiffs sued anonymous posters on a website called Stockhouse.com ("Stockhouse") for publishing defamatory content about them
Affleck Greene McMurtry LLP
The law has struggled to balance the right to freedom of expression ingrained in our Charter of Rights and Freedoms with protecting the public...
Stikeman Elliott LLP
L'article de Lexology sur le droit du commerce électronique au Canada (en anglais seulement) est le petit nouveau de notre liste de publications.
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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