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Recent Ontario Decisions in Insurance Bad Faith Claims

An allegation of bad faith in insurance claims can result in a financial sanction above…

Justice Delayed is Justice Denied: Adjournment of Hearings

Legal proceedings take a great deal of time, effort and expense from all involved to…

Discoverability In Claims for Contribution and Indemnity

Parties to civil proceedings in Ontario are permitted to bring into the litigation all persons…

The End of Partial Summary Judgment?

A motion for summary judgment is one of the methods available to shorten the length…

Waiver of Tort as a Cause of Action or the Remedy for Disgorgement?

There has been an ongoing controversy in Canada’s courts over whether the doctrine of ‘waiver…

The Duty of Care and Pure Economic Loss, Pt. 2

As mentioned at the end of our last blog post, we are continuing the discussion…

The Duty of Care and Pure Economic Loss: Part 1

In a previous blog post, we outlined the issues in the case of 1688782 Ontario…

The Anti-Deprivation Rule Pt. 2: SCC Confirms Test

Last week we visited the primary legal authorities in Ontario on fraud in the event…

Constructive Trusts: A Remedy for Wrongful Conduct

Constructive trusts are sometimes used by a court to impose a remedy for a party…

A Principled Exception to the Hearsay Rule

Hearsay evidence is defined as an out of court statement being used to prove the…