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The Latest On Coffee-Spill Lawsuits
A number of years ago, a case in New Mexico called Liebeck v. McDonald's Restaurants made headlines when a 79 year old plaintiff won an award worth U.S. $2.9 million from a jury.
Canada
9 Oct 2017
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Can A Lawyer's Duty To His Client Extend Beyond The Scope Of His Retainer?
In the recent case of Meehan v. Good, the Ontario Court of Appeal dealt with a situation in which a lawyer was retained to represent a client with respect to the assessment of the accounts of the client's former lawyer.
Canada
14 Mar 2017
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When Can A Ski Resort Be Liable For A Skier's Injuries?
The recent decision of the Ontario Superior Court in Trimmeliti v. Blue Mountain Resorts Limited is a useful reminder of the difficulty that an injured skier will face in suing a ski resort for a personal injury incurred on the slopes.
Canada
29 Sep 2015
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When Can A Ski Resort Be Liable For A Skier's Injuries?
The recent decision of the Ontario Superior Court in Trimmeliti v. Blue Mountain Resorts Limited is a useful reminder of the difficulty that an injured skier will face in suing a ski resort for a personal injury incurred on the slopes.
Canada
10 Sep 2015
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Injuries During Sporting Events: When Does A Participant Give Up His Right To Sue?
Last month my recreational hockey career was (temporarily) interrupted by a season-ending injury suffered during a game.
Canada
13 Mar 2015
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Police Departments And Cadillac Fairview Sued For 2012 Shooting At Eaton Centre
The families of two individuals who were killed in a June, 2012 shooting inside the Eaton Centre Mall in Toronto have sued the owner of the mall and the Toronto and Hamilton Police Departments, among others.
Canada
26 Aug 2014
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Could NHL Enforcers Sue The League?
As a lifelong fan of the Montreal Canadiens, I was as sickened as anyone else at the sight of Habs enforcer George Parros lying on the ice during the Habs home opener game against the Toronto Maple Leafs on October 1st.
Canada
5 Oct 2013
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The Latest on Facebook Photographs and the Litigation Process
In the recent decision of a Superior Court Master in Garacci vs. Ross, the Court dealt with a motion by the Defendant in a personal injury action to force the Plaintiff to disclose photographs on the private portion of her Facebook account.
Canada
13 Sep 2013
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