Client’s late filing claim represents high standard for counsel
Note: This article was also originally published on AdvocateDaily.com A lawyer’s allegation that his former law firm’s late filing of a statement of claim cost him the chance to sue a car company for his difficulties in establishing a dealership, would represent a high standard for lawyers i…View the post titled Client’s late filing claim represents high standard for counsel
$65,000 in Fines for Importing Prohibited Small Engines
On September 14, 2016, a gas-powered equipment merchant was ordered to pay fines totalling more than $65,000 for violating the Off-Road Small Spark-Ignition Engine Emission Regulations under the Canadian Environmental Protection Act (“CEPA”). The company owner plead guilty to four counts of …View the post titled $65,000 in Fines for Importing Prohibited Small Engines
Injured by an Unidentified Driver? A Case Summary of Shapiro v. Doe
Shapiro v. Doe reiterates what a plaintiff must prove when they are injured by an unidentified motorist. The plaintiff in this case stated that he was struck by an unidentified vehicle while crossing the street. He claimed insurance benefits from his father’s insurer, Economical Mutual In…View the post titled Injured by an Unidentified Driver? A Case Summary of Shapiro v. Doe
Peter Dillon to co-host free franchise mini-summit in Toronto
Franchise lawyer Peter Dillon will co-host the Franchise ROI Mini-Summit in Toronto on Oct. 24, in partnership with IFX International Franchise Management. The event, presented by Dillon, partner at Siskinds, and Dan Martin, president and CEO of IFX, will focus primarily on how to produce hi…View the post titled Peter Dillon to co-host free franchise mini-summit in Toronto
How Should Employers Address Workplace Sexual Harassment?
Sexual harassment is front and centre in the news these days. That means your employees are thinking about it, talking about it, and maybe considering the merits of filing a complaint. While this might make for a stressful and potentially expensive time for employers, there are ways to limit…View the post titled How Should Employers Address Workplace Sexual Harassment?
$12,000 Fine for Failing to Submit Records
A sole proprietor of a drinking water well company was fined $12,000 plus the twenty-five per cent victim fine surcharge by the Ministry of the Environment and Climate Change. The sole proprietor was convicted for maintaining four separate drinking water wells at two locations in the Peterbo…View the post titled $12,000 Fine for Failing to Submit Records
What To Do If You Are Injured In An Accident In The United States
Each year, many Ontarians are involved in car accidents while travelling outside of the province. These claims often involve complex issues, such as where a civil action should be started and questions as to which jurisdiction’s laws should apply. If you are from Ontario and are involved in …View the post titled What To Do If You Are Injured In An Accident In The United States
Bottled water battles continue
Recently, the Township of Centre Wellington—a small, growing municipality in Ontario—lost a bid for rights to a well, and potential drinking water supply for its residents. Surprisingly, it lost its bid for the well to Nestle Waters Canada, Canada’s largest distributer of bottled water. Nest…View the post titled Bottled water battles continue
$900,000,000 Class Action launched against Ontario for flooding in Muskoka Lakes
Residents of Muskoka launched a $900,000,000 class action against the Ontario Ministry of Natural Resources and Forestry (“MNRF”) on September 14, 2016. They allege damages related to “[MNRF’s] failure to adequately manage and lower the water levels of Lake Joseph, Lake Muskoka and Lake Rous…View the post titled $900,000,000 Class Action launched against Ontario for flooding in Muskoka Lakes
Discoverability in Long-Term Disability Lawsuits: A Case Comment on Usanovic v. La Capitale Life Insurance Company
The recent Ontario Superior Court of Justice decision in Usanovic v. La Capitale Life Insurance Company clarifies the issue of discoverability in long-term disability claims. In this case, the plaintiff was injured in September 2007. The disability insurer paid benefits for a number of years…View the post titled Discoverability in Long-Term Disability Lawsuits: A Case Comment on Usanovic v. La Capitale Life Insurance Company
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