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Destabilizing the Doctrine: A Critique of Uber v. Heller

Destabilizing the Doctrine: A Critique of Uber v. Heller

Posted by  on 17-08-2020
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At the end of June, the Supreme Court of Canada released one of its most important contract law decisions of the last decade: Uber Technologies Inc. v. Heller ["Uber"]. Read More

COVID-19 and Business Interruption Insurance

COVID-19 and Business Interruption Insurance

Posted by  on 02-07-2020
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With the ongoing disruption to the economy caused by the COVID-19 pandemic, many business owners are now turning to their insurance policies for relief. Read More

Courts Can Review Decisions of Unincorporated Associations – on Narrow Grounds

Courts Can Review Decisions of Unincorporated Associations – on Narrow Grounds

Posted by  on 04-06-2020
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The recent decision of Karahalios v. Read More

Does Ontario Really Need a Fourth Privacy Tort?

Does Ontario Really Need a Fourth Privacy Tort?

Posted by  on 17-05-2020
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Several months ago, in the decision of Yenovkian v. Gulian, the Ontario Superior Court of Justice recognized a new privacy tort known as "publicity placing person in false light. Read More

The lesson from Girao v Cunningham: fight fair and follow the rules

The lesson from Girao v Cunningham: fight fair and follow the rules

Posted by  on 26-04-2020
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The Ontario Court of Appeal's recent decision in Girao v. Cunningham has important implications for personal injury litigation, and civil litigation trials more broadly. Read More