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Municipal Minute: Case Comment On McAllister v. Calgary
It is a center loading platform without any grade level access.
Canada
27 Mar 2019
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Case Summary: Wm Morrison Supermarkets PLC v Various Claimants
Employers can be vicariously liable at common law for the actions of a rogue employee who brings about an unauthorized cyber data breach
Canada
3 Jan 2019
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Upcoming Criminal Code Changes + Its Effects On Entering Canada
On December 18, 2018, Canada will begin imposing tough new penalties on those who drive while under the influence of alcohol or drugs, including cannabis, or commit cannabis-related crimes.
Canada
13 Dec 2018
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Upcoming Impaired Driving And Cannabis-Related Penalties
On December 18, 2018, Canada will begin imposing tough new penalties on those who drive while under the influence of alcohol or drugs, including cannabis, or who commit cannabis-related crimes.
Canada
5 Nov 2018
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Case Summary: Du v. Jameson Bank
A bank customer who was defrauded when hackers accessed his email account to instruct a bank to make unauthorized wire transfers was unable to recover his money from the bank.
Canada
16 Jul 2018
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Reduction In Sanction On The Basis Of Delay Is Not Automatic
The Law Society of Upper Canada v Abbott, 2017 ONCA 525, holds that delay in initiating investigatory and disciplinary proceedings does not necessarily justify a reduction in sanction.
Canada
20 Mar 2018
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The Brick Warehouse LP v Chubb Insurance Company Of Canada
As a result of this, the Brick directed payment on ten Toshiba invoices to the RBC account.
Canada
7 Nov 2017
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Joint Submissions On Sanction: The Supreme Court Of Canada Clarifies The Amount Of Deference That Should Be Given
The Supreme Court noted that trial judges have applied different tests when considering joint submissions.
Canada
23 Jan 2017
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Privacy Breaches Can Be One-Two Punch For Employers: Arbitrator Awards Damages For Employee Credit Checks That Breached Privacy Legislation
Twenty-six employees of the Alberta Justice and Attorney General’s Maintenance Enforcement Program were each awarded $1250.00 in damages.
Canada
19 Dec 2012
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Cure For The Hangover: Criminal Investigation Issues For Teachers And School Districts — Part 1
I have been defending teachers charged with various criminal offences for 28 years. In this article, I will discuss considerations that apply to teachers and school districts in situations where a teacher is accused of criminal misconduct and cleared, either by way of the police or Crown deciding not to lay a charge or by way of an acquittal after a trial.
Canada
18 Apr 2012
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