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29 Jun 2016 By

Court grants defendant injunction and inspection order to investigate plaintiff’s property

In 2014, Metrus Properties sued Wrigley Canada claiming Wrigley’s neighbouring property had contaminated its property. When Wrigley asked to access the Metrus property to conduct environmental tests, Metrus refused.  In April of 2016, the Superior Court of Justice granted an injunction to te…

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21 Jun 2016 By

Protect Yourself: Understanding Optional Auto Insurance Benefits in Ontario

Once again, the standard auto insurance benefits provided in Ontario are shrinking. This means that your own insurance company will provide you with less funds to assist you in recovering from your motor vehicle collision. However, you do have new options for optional coverage that can prote…

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17 Jun 2016 By

The Importance of Properly Conducting Workplace Investigations

If not done properly, conducting a workplace investigation can be costly. This lesson was learned by the Royal Bank of Canada in Lau v. Royal Bank of Canada[1]. Mr. Lau was an account manager at one of RBC’s Vancouver branches. A customer of Mr. Lau’s filed a complaint about the manner in wh…

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