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Read Court of Appeal cautions counsel and Trial Judges about the danger of loose thinking about... Court of Appeal cautions counsel and Trial Judges about the... Court of Appeal cautions counsel and Trial Judges about the danger of loose thinking about admissibility of evidence - orders a new trial in attempted murder case

By Moya Graham ...

Moya Graham
Appellate Litigation

Read The Supreme Court of Canada’s Rules are changing The Supreme Court of Canada’s Rules are changing The Supreme Court of Canada’s Rules are changing

By Brandon Kain ...

Brandon Kain
Disputes

Read The Supreme Court of Canada Clarifies the Duty of Honest Contractual Performance The Supreme Court of Canada Clarifies the Duty of Honest Con... The Supreme Court of Canada Clarifies the Duty of Honest Contractual Performance

By Brandon Kain ...

Brandon Kain
Disputes

Read Supreme Court of Canada rules that Ontario sex offender registry law unconstitutionally di... Supreme Court of Canada rules that Ontario sex offender regi... Supreme Court of Canada rules that Ontario sex offender registry law unconstitutionally discriminates on the basis of mental disability

By Ljiljana Stanic

Ljiljana Stanic
Class Actions

Read Pioneering the Class Actions Regime: Supreme Court of New Zealand Takes Notes from Canada’... Pioneering the Class Actions Regime: Supreme Court of New Ze... Pioneering the Class Actions Regime: Supreme Court of New Zealand Takes Notes from Canada’s Approach to Class Actions Legislative Reform

By Adriana Forest

Adriana Forest
Disputes

Read The More Things Change, The More They Stay The Same: The Court of Appeal Upholds the Huras... The More Things Change, The More They Stay The Same: The Cou... The More Things Change, The More They Stay The Same: The Court of Appeal Upholds the Huras Decision for Appeals Under s. 7 of the Arbitration Act, 1991

By Meghan S. Bridges ...

Meghan S. Bridges
Disputes

Read Supreme Court of Canada holds that the constitutional protection against cruel and unusual... Supreme Court of Canada holds that the constitutional protec... Supreme Court of Canada holds that the constitutional protection against cruel and unusual treatment or punishment does not extend to corporations

By Sébastien Cusson

Sébastien Cusson
Disputes

Read Duty of Care of Financial Institutions to its Customers Duty of Care of Financial Institutions to its Customers Duty of Care of Financial Institutions to its Customers

By Erin Chesney

Erin Chesney

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