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Sexual abuse survivors beware - the defamation risk

By Elizabeth Grace • Two adult sisters accuse their uncle of sexually assaulting them as young children through spoken words and emails sent to family members. The ... Read more

You sunk my carriage battleship!

By Jason Squire and Rebecca Case A carriage motion is meant to determine which one of a number of competing proposed class proceedings may proceed in a province. When there ... Read more

Canada: time for submissions soon expiring in Ontario under changing workplace review

As previously reported, 1  the Special Advisors to the Government of Ontario, Canada released their interim report on July 27, 2016 on ways in which the Ontario Labour ... Read more

Blowing in the wind - wind projects and their unwilling host

By David Woodward There are few policies of the Ontario Government that are more maligned in rural Ontario than the Green Energy Act and the approval of wind farms in ... Read more

CASL's private right of action looms large

By David Lyons Over the past number of years, Canadian businesses have been busy bringing themselves into compliance with Canada’s Anti-Spam Legislation (CASL) – ... Read more

No requirement for an “economic loss” for professional service care providers, including a spouse

By Leanne Zawadzki The recent Preliminary Issue decision in Walsh and Echelon (FSCO A15-007448, August 31, 2016) confirms that an economic loss does not need to be ... Read more

La 6e édition des prix nationaux de Pro Bono mettra en lumière l’aide bénévole accordée aux personnes demandant l’aide médicale à mourir, aux réfugiés et aux personnes atteintes de maladies mentales

Ottawa, le 29 septembre 2016 – Ce soir, dans le cadre de la 6 e édition des prix nationaux de Pro Bono, les professionnels juridiques du Canada se ... Read more

6th National Pro Bono Awards to highlight pro bono help for people seeking physician-assisted death, refugees and the mentally ill

Ottawa (September 29, 2016) Tonight Canada’s legal profession is gathering at the Westin Ottawa to recognize outstanding pro bono legal contributions by a lawyer, law firm ... Read more

Consequences of Green v CIBC take hold in Timminco class action

By Brian Radnoff The consequences of recent jurisprudence on secondary market class action limitation periods have recently manifested themselves in an unusual way in ... Read more

Leave for secondary market misrepresentation isn't a low bar

By Brian Radnoff Bradley v Eastern Platinum Ltd. 1 (“Bradley”), a proposed securities class action for alleged secondary market misrepresentation, was recently ... Read more

Supreme Court Justice Andromache Karakatsanis, Chief Justice George R. Strathy & Attorney General Yfasir Naqvi to speak at 6th National Pro Bono conference

Ottawa (September 27, 2016) Leading figures from Canada’s legal profession are set to speak on the benefits of pro bono legal support to a fair and accessible justice system ... Read more

Breach of section 38 of the statutory accident benefits schedule gets you out of the MIG

By Leanne Zawadzki The recent decision in Ferawana and State Farm (FSCO A13-005319, August 29, 2016) came to an interesting conclusion with respect to entitlement to ... Read more

Sufficient evidence of commonality in multi-product medical devices class actions - cautionary tales

By Peter Kryworuk and Rebecca Case In order to prove that a group of related medical devices have sufficient commonality to proceed as one class action, the plaintiff must ... Read more

A Littler Event: 2016 hot topics for Ontario employers

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Littler lawyers recognized in The Best Lawyers in Canada 2017

TORONTO (August 26, 2016) – Littler LLP, the world’s largest employment and labour law practice representing management, is pleased to congratulate Toronto Partners ... Read more

Canada: Ontario special advisors issue interim report on the changing workplace

In May 2015, the Ontario government appointed two Special Advisors to review the modern-day workplace and to consider whether the Ontario Labour Relations Act , 1995 ("OLRA") and ... Read more

Supreme Court of Canada holds private-sector federal employers must have just cause to dismiss non-managerial employees

Part III of the Canada Labour Code (the “Code”) contains unjust dismissal provisions that apply to private Canadian employers subject to federal jurisdiction. Where ... Read more

Offering statements for co-operatives: how much disclosure is too much?

By Ian Shewan Ontario co-operatives have a unique exemption from the requirements of the Ontario Securities Act . Subject to some limited exemptions, co-operatives that have ... Read more

Bulk Sales Act - repeal is coming

By David Street Less than a year from the 100th anniversary of its enactment, Ontario’s Bulk Sales Act (the “BSA”) seems set for repeal. On June 8, 2016 ... Read more

Meeting the definition of "accident" as defined in the SABS

By Leanne Zawadzki The recent appeal decision of Director’s Delegate Evans in Salamone and Aviva (Appeal Order P15-00072, June 16, 2016) considered whether or not a ... Read more

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