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COVID-19 & Relief From Forfeiture

Businesses across the country still feel the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic, and legal disputes…

Online Employer Reviews not a Matter of Public Interest

We have previously written about defamation cases involving individuals who had posted their opinions of…

The Impact of Post-Breach Events on Damages for Breach of Contract

In Ontario, there is a legal presumption that damages for breach of contract are calculated…

Jury Awards Insurance Plaintiff Record Punitive Damages

When health issues derail a person’s inability to work and earn income, they will often…

What is a Liability Insurer’s Duty to Defend for an Intentional Tort?

When professionals are insured for liability, whether the coverage is obtained individually, through a professional…

Court of Appeal Clarifies Requirements to Assume Jurisdiction in Case with Multiple Defendants

When bringing a claim against a defendant for a civil matter such as fraud, it…

Occupational Health & Safety Act Changes Under Bill 88

Last month, Ontario passed Bill 88, the Working for Workers Act, 2022. The Bill implements…

The “Innocent Insured” Clause in the Insurance Act is not Applicable Retroactively

While property insurance coverage applies to a specific property, it may cover several insured parties.…

Disgorgement as a Remedy for Breach of Fiduciary Duty

Legal remedies in a civil case where one party has profited from wrongdoing to another…

What is a Boomerang Summary Judgment?

One of the most efficient ways of ending litigation is for the defendant to apply…