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Andraws v. Anslow: Reasons For Judgment Must Be Adequate To Facilitate Proper Appellate Review
The British Columbia Court of Appeal in Andraws v. Anslow found that a trial judge's reasons for judgment were inadequate, as they did not allow for meaningful appellate review.
Canada
20 Jul 2016
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Metron Construction Project Manager Sentenced To 3½ Years In Prison
In December 2009, Metron Construction Corporation (Metron) was repairing exterior balconies on the 14th floor of a high-rise apartment building in Toronto.
Canada
9 Mar 2016
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Worker Fatality Leads To Fine And Jail Sentences
An Ontario company was recently fined $250,000 and two of its directors were each ordered to serve 25 days in jail as a result of a workplace fatality.
Canada
23 Jan 2015
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Leighton v. Best: Indulgence Granted To File Late Notice Of Appeal After Change In The Law
The test for an extension of time to serve and file a late Notice of Appeal in Ontario is well-established in the case law.
Canada
29 Oct 2014
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The Supreme Court Clarifies Causation Principles In Negligence Cases
On June 29, 2012, the Supreme Court of Canada clarified the rules governing proof of causation in the law of negligence and endorsed a robust approach to establishing causation in Canada.
Canada
12 Jul 2012
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Clements: The Supreme Court Clarifies Causation Principles In Negligence Cases
On June 29, 2012, the Supreme Court of Canada clarified the rules governing proof of causation in the law of negligence and endorsed a robust approach to establishing causation in Canada.
Canada
4 Jul 2012
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