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Lawsuits And The Limitations Act - When Is A Claim Discovered?
In Ontario, the basic limitation period on the commencement of a lawsuit is defined by the Limitations Act (or the "Act") as being "the second anniversary of the day on which the claim was discovered".
Canada
3 Oct 2017
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Catherine Francis Publishes "Solicitor-Client Privilege In Bankruptcy" In CAIRP's Rebuilding Success Magazine
Litigator Catherine Francis published "Solicitor-Client Privilege in Bankruptcy" in the Canadian Association of Insolvency and Restructuring Professionals' (CAIRP) magazine Rebuilding Success.
Canada
25 Apr 2017
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Lawsuits And Privacy Legislation – How Do They Interact?
As litigators know, the Rules of Civil Procedure provide for what is usually referred to as the "Deemed Undertaking" between parties to a lawsuit not to disclose documents gathered in the course of a lawsuit...
Canada
23 Mar 2017
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T.V. Show Prompts Plaintiff To Try To Re-Open Case
According to Mr. Mehedi he was scammed. He paid $3,742 to a company to provide career development services and assist him in finding a job.
Canada
27 Aug 2014
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