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The SCC Reaffirms The Court's Screening Role At The Authorization Stage For Class Actions
The Supreme Court of Canada recently upheld the Court of Appeal's decision for the authorization of a class action on sexual assault in L'Oratoire Saint-Joseph du Mont-Royal v. J.J., 2019 SCC 35.
25 Jun 2019
The Alberta Court Of Appeal Adopts A Pragmatic Approach To The Rules Of Court Drop Dead Rule
In February 2019, the Alberta Court of Appeal released three decisions on the Drop Dead Rule: Delver v Gladue, 2019 ABCA 54 [Delver], Thiessen v Corbiell, 2019 ABCA 56 [Thiessen]
20 Jun 2019
Court Of Appeal Comes Full Circle In New Decision On "Boomerang" Summary Judgment
Mr. Drummond was injured when he tripped over a skateboard in a shopping mall that was managed by Cadillac Fairview. He started an occupier's liability action against the defendant
20 Jun 2019
Ontario Superior Court Reaffirms Legal Test For Certificates Of Pending Litigation
A certificate of pending litigation (CPL) is registered on title to a property to provide a notice and warning to the public that the property is subject to a court dispute.
19 Jun 2019
Court Of Appeal Overturns Reverse Summary Judgment
On May 30, 2019, the Ontario Court of Appeal (the Court) released its decision in Drummond v. The Cadillac Fairview Corp. Ltd., 2019 ONCA 447.
7 Jun 2019
Supreme Court Of Canada Affirms Access To Habeas Corpus For Immigration Detainees
The Supreme Court of Canada has breathed new life into the ancient writ of habeas corpus in a 6-1 decision1 affirming that detainees under the Immigration and Refugee Protection Act
5 Jun 2019
Can A Finding Of A Breach Of Securities Law By A Securities Commission Be The Basis For Professional Disciplinary Proceedings?
In 2004 and 2005, Dale Smith, CPA, was involved in a complex investment structure (the "Norshield Investment Structure") which was presented to investors as giving them access to hedge fund
30 May 2019
Does Bill 108 Mean A Return To The Old OMB Process?
On May 2, 2019, the Government of Ontario introduced Bill 108, the More Homes, More Choice Act, 2019. Bill 108 proposes changes that the government believes will help bring new housin
29 May 2019
Divisional Court Confirms Defendant Vehicle Owner No Longer Exposed as "Unprotected Defendant" under Employment Law Principles
The Divisional Court has recently provided clarity on the issue of whether a defendant owner of a vehicle, who is vicariously liable for its employee driver, has any exposure as an unprotected defendant under the Insurance Act (the Act).
27 May 2019
Timing Is Everything: When To Make A Claim During An Ongoing Construction Project
A party who has suffered a loss only has a certain amount of time within which to initiate a claim by way of litigation or arbitration.
23 May 2019
BLG Client Globalive Capital Inc. Has Significant Win At The Court Of Appeal
BLG client Globalive Capital Inc. recently had a significant win at the Court of Appeal, which dismissed The Catalyst Capital Group's appeal in The Catalyst Capital Group Inc. v. VimpelCom Ltd.
15 May 2019
Stop Here, Not There: Supreme Court Refuses Leave To Appeal In Two Roadway Repair Cases That Are Seemingly At Odds
On September 19, 2018, two decisions released by separate panels of the Ontario Court of Appeal considered similar fact patterns.
10 May 2019
Court Of Appeal Confirms Lack Of Jurisdiction To Hear Proposed Gender-Discrimination Class Action Against Police Service
The Ontario Court of Appeal in Rivers v. Waterloo Regional Police Services Board has upheld the Superior Court of Justice's determination that it was without jurisdiction to hear a proposed class
9 May 2019
Highlights From The Ontario Budget For Insurers And Personal Injury Lawyers
On April 11, 2019, the Government of Ontario released its provincial budget which contained a Blueprint for Ontario's Auto Insurance System.
7 May 2019
Summary Judgment Denied On Limitations Issue With Limited Record – Cash Store's Professional Advisors Must Proceed To Trial
The plaintiff 1511419 Ontario Inc., formerly known as the Cash Store Financial Services Inc. ("Cash Store"), has sued its former auditor, KPMG LLP; financial advisor, Canaccord Genuity Corp.;
7 May 2019
Prospective Self-Represented Representative Plaintiff Put Out Of Commission
In Biley v Sherwood Ford Sales Limited, the Court of Queen's Bench of Alberta recently dismissed multiple proceedings brought by the self-represented plaintiff against his former employer.
2 May 2019
Canadian Internet Law Update – 2018*
Hilton Worldwide Holding LLP v. Miller Thomson, 2018 FC 895, involved an appeal from a decision of the Registrar of Trademarks expunging the registration of the "Waldorf-Astoria" trademark registered for use in association
1 May 2019
The Alberta Court Of Appeal Allows Parallel Proceedings Before The Court And The Surface Rights Board To Continue
In Remington v Enmax1, the Court of Appeal of Alberta ruled that parallel proceedings before the Court of Queen's Bench and the Surface Rights Board ("SRB") could continue.
1 May 2019
Ontario Court Grants $20 Million Summary Judgment Against Government Of Canada For Unconstitutional Solitary Confinement Of Class Members
On March 25, 2019, Justice Perell of the Ontario Superior Court of Justice issued his decision in Brazeau v. Attorney General (Canada), ordering the Government of Canada to pay $20 million in damages
1 May 2019
Class Counsel Fee The Determinative Factor For Carriage
In August 2018, a fire at 650 Parliament Street in Toronto damaged two residential towers.
30 Apr 2019
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