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Proving Damages: Mental Injury Is No Different From Physical Injury
In a decision released this summer, the Supreme Court of Canada has clarified that a psychiatric diagnosis is not required to find damages for mental illness.
Canada
22 Nov 2017
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Is There A Constitutionally-Protected Freedom To Not Associate?
Unless specific circumstances have been met in a criminal case, or the case in question is a Reference, appeals are heard by the Supreme Court only if leave to appeal is given.
Canada
20 Nov 2017
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Increase In Self-Represented Litigants Increases Issues
Recent news stories have been buzzing about the implications of Dellen Millard, the person accused of murdering Laura Babcock some years ago, foregoing counsel and choosing to act...
Canada
2 Nov 2017
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President Trump Under Investigation For Possible Obstruction Of Justice
President Donald Trump is officially being investigated over alleged obstruction of justice. Investigators are looking into ties between Trump's presidential campaign and Russia, and potential financial crimes by Trump associates.
Canada
26 Jun 2017
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$700K Lawsuit Filed By Mother Of Disabled Student Left Stranded On School Bus
Back in January, a bus driver unintentionally abandoned a young disabled woman, Wendy Mastache, on a school bus after the driver was done her route.
Canada
30 May 2017
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Will Don Meredith Become The First Senator In Canadian History To Be Expelled?
Embattled Senator Don Meredith, a 52-year old Pentecostal minister from Richmond Hill, was involved in an two-year extra-marital relationship with a minor...
Canada
10 May 2017
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Municipality v The Provincial/Federal Government: And The Court Of Appeal For Ontario Rules…
The Court of Appeal's decision in Wpd Sumac Ridge Wind Inc. v Corporation of the City of Kawartha Lakes provides yet another warning to municipalities of the dangers of trying to frustrate...
Canada
9 May 2017
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United Airlines Reaches Settlement With Dragged Passenger David Dao
Thursday following the release of the reports submitted by the officers who dragged David Dao off of a United Airlines flight, United Airlines reached a settlement with Dao.
Canada
5 May 2017
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Internet And A Breakdown Of Privacy: The New Era Of Sexting And The Courts' Response
Technology undoubtedly has great power when a superpower nation's diplomacy can be built on 15-second tweets.
Canada
5 Apr 2017
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Subway Provides Notice To CBC That They Will Sue Over Chicken Claims
Subway has announced that it will be suing the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation (CBC) for $210 million after the public broadcaster published a story claiming the sandwich chain's chicken contained only 50% poultry.
Canada
31 Mar 2017
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Is Ontario Really The Litigation Capital Of Canada?
It is a commonly held belief that Ontario is the litigation capital of Canada. With more lawyers than any other province, a greater population and far larger economy, this idea is intuitive and easy to believe.
Canada
24 Feb 2017
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Chinese Farmer Studies The Law To Take On State-Run Chemical Company
"You can do anything you set your mind to." These wise words, spoken by Benjamin Franklin, were certainly true for Wang Enlin, a Chinese farmer with only three years of formal education.
Canada
21 Feb 2017
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Trump's Golf Club Ordered To Pay $5.7 Million To Former Members
A federal judge from the U.S. District Court has ruled that a golf club owned by Donald Trump must pay $5.7 million to 65 former members who had been denied membership refunds.
Canada
16 Feb 2017
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Renting In Ontario: What Every Pet Owner Needs To Know
There is a lot of confusion when it comes to renting property in Ontario with pets. Many Ontarians believe it is illegal for tenants to discriminate against pet owners and that landlords cannot reject potential tenants for their pets.
Canada
1 Feb 2017
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Self-Represented Defendants And The Justice System
Last week, The Star released an article outlining how self-represented defendants can cause a problem for the justice system.
Canada
30 Jan 2017
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