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The End of Partial Summary Judgment?

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

Liability for COVID-19 Transmissions Limited as Part of Ontario’s Recovery

Ontario’s Ministry of the Attorney General has been anticipating a potential rush to litigation by…

Ontario Considers Eliminating Juries From Civil Trials

Litigation is a time-consuming prospect in any scenario, but trials involving juries are even more…

Class Proceedings Expected to Surge When Courts Resume in Full

As the widespread effects of the COVID-19 pandemic continue to be felt across Canada, even…

Fraud Allegations & The Calculation of Costs

When a plaintiff alleges fraud and subsequently fails to sufficiently prove the allegations in court,…

Resolving Legal Disputes During COVID-19

The fallout from the global spread of COVID-19 has had a major impact on every…

The Importance of Sufficiently Proving Damages

In civil litigation for breach of contract, establishing a breach is only part of the…

Extending the Time in Which to Seek Leave to Appeal

The Divisional Court (ONSC) recently dealt with this issue in Amphenol Canada Corp. v. Sundaram…

Adding a Defendant & “Reasonable Discoverability”

In the course of a litigation file, misapprehensions sometimes occur. When there is confusion as…

The Modern Approach to Statutory Interpretation

The legislation is meant to codify the laws of the applicable jurisdiction and provide guidelines…