Search
Searching Content indexed under Personal Injury by McMillan LLP ordered by Published Date Descending.
Links to Result pages
 
1  
 
Title
Country
Organisation
Author
Date
1
The Godfrey Decision: Competition Class Action Certification Made (Even) Easier
These appeals raise a fundamental question: are courts at a stage where the balance struck by Parliament of Canada's competition law
Canada
11 Oct 2019
2
Saadati v Moorehead: Expert Medical Evidence Is Not Required To Successfully Claim Damages For Mental Injury
This case arose from a claim in negligence as a result of a motor vehicle accident.
Canada
4 Jul 2017
3
The Supreme Court Of Canada Affirms WCAT Is Owed Curial Deference
Beginning almost 15 years ago, seven lab technicians at a hospital were diagnosed with breast cancer.
Canada
17 Aug 2016
4
Vicarious Liability: Restricted Use Of Vehicles Will Not Shield Owners From Liability
The recent decision in Fernandes v Araujo ("Fernandes") is of interest to Ontario businesses or any person that allows employees or others to use their vehicles.
Canada
22 Sep 2015
5
Waivers Of Liability Not Always A Complete Defence When Public Policy Prevails – BCCA Overturns Summary Trial Decision In "Niedermeyer v. Charlton"
The British Columbia Court of Appeal provides further guidance regarding the scope of waivers of liability in British Columbia.
Canada
17 Jun 2014
6
Dinner And Drinks: BC Court Of Appeal Confirms Nightclub Accident Not Within Scope Of Professional Insurance
In what may be the final chapter of a very long and protracted legal proceeding, the British Columbia Court of Appeal recently issued its decision in Poole v Lombard General Insurance.
Canada
27 Nov 2012
7
Inspections and Prosecutions: Employers, Supervisors and Directors Beware!
The Government of Ontario appears committed to policing health and safety practices and enforcing the Occupational Health and Safety Act (OHSA) and other employment–related statutes through prosecutions. With the costs of workplace injuries continuing to escalate, as evidenced by the Workplace Safety and Insurance Board’s ever growing unfunded liabilities, the Government recently announced its goal of reducing Ontario workplace injuries by 20% by 2008.
Canada
8 Dec 2005
Links to Result pages
 
1