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Court Finds Director of Corporation Liable for Litigation Abuses

When a corporation is a party to litigation, the risk of a finding of liability…

Unconscionability & Arbitration in the Wake of Uber v. Heller

Late last year the Supreme Court of Canada released a decision in Uber Technologies Inc.…

Justice Delayed is Justice Denied: Adjournment of Hearings

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

The Temporal Aspect of Causation in a Negligence Claim

Last week, we discussed a case in which a man brought a claim against a…

How the Duty to Resolve or Simplify Can Affect Costs

The Ontario Rules of Civil Procedure (the “Rules“) dealing with the assessment and award of…

Objections to, and the Assumption of, Forum Conveniens or Non-Conveniens

There are many aspects of litigation to consider when bringing a claim, but perhaps first…

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…