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When Close Enough Is Good Enough: Recent Case Law On The Application Of Rule 49
Under Rule 49, offers to settle can result in cost consequences if certain requirements are satisfied and if one of the parties "beats its offer".
Canada
4 Feb 2015
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Municipality, Contractor And Sub-Contractor Liable Where Plaintiff Fell At An Intersection Under Construction
On November 8, 2003, the 26 year old plaintiff fell at an intersection in a high pedestrian traffic area, where a construction project was taking place
Canada
27 Mar 2014
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Ontario Court Strikes Out Passenger Claims For Aggravated Damages And Common Law Negligence Pursuant To Warsaw And Montreal Conventions
On January 14, 2011, Ashlyn O’Hara was a passenger on Air Canada Flight 878 ["AC878"] from Toronto to Zurich. During the flight, the First Officer went to sleep for approximately 75 minutes.
Canada
13 Dec 2013
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Tort Assignments Of Accident Benefits Impermissible: D’ettorre v. Coachman Insurance Co.
In this special edition of BLG’s Insurance and Tort Liability Newsletter, we provide comments regarding four recent court decisions which may be of interest to you.
Canada
23 Jul 2013
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Crown Responsible For Protecting Confidential Informant Privilege, Even Where No Charges Laid: Re Regina And Atout
On July 27, 2012, a Justice of the Peace in Toronto issued a warrant authorizing the police to search Mr. Atout’s residential premises for illegal handguns.
Canada
23 Jul 2013
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Municipality’s Liability For Sidewalks Greater In High Traffic Areas
Early on the summer morning of July 19, 2007, the plaintiff tripped and fell over a height differential between two sidewalk slabs while hurrying to catch a bus.
Canada
4 Feb 2013
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