Can you defame someone simply by replying to an email? According to the Ontario Superior Court of Justice, the answer is no.
Divisional Court finds that the Ministry of Community Safety and Correctional Services improperly disregarded the direction of the Information and Privacy Commissioner with respect to OPP Report sought by the Criminal Lawyers’ Association
Divisional Court overturns decision by Information and Privacy Commissioner to release financial records of a construction sector pension plan to a rival trade union.
Kiran Kang discusses the reinstatement of the Court Challenges Program with lawyers who relied on its funding to represent clients in key Charter cases.
Howard Goldblatt and Steven Barrett argue that binding interest arbitration is a bedrock principle of a publicly funded health care system.
In this Globe & Mail op-ed, Emma Phillips looks at the role Canada might play, and the significant challenges it would face, in restoring confidence in UN peacekeeping.
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The Supreme Court of Canada sent this case back to the Ontario Court of Appeal for a new determination. A hearing was held on January 20, 2017. The Court of Appeal has not yet...
This consumer class action, which alleges that Peoples took unauthorized and illegal fees from prepaid credit cards, has been certified.
The plaintiff has filed a motion for summary judgment against CIBC. The motion is scheduled to be heard by the Ontario Superior Court commencing August 29, 2017.