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Criminal and Civil Legal Proceedings

Loretta P. Merritt Abuse Hurts Hope Conference Series: LEARN
May 17, 2022
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Family law faces double-dipping dilemma when it comes to stock options, other deferred compensation

Laurie H. Pawlitza Financial Post The Child Support Guidelines and the Spousal Support Advisory Guidelines have helped harmonize the awards of child support and spousal support across ...
May 16, 2022
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Civil Appeals and Judicial Reviews: Common Mistakes and Pitfalls

Marco P. Falco LexisNexis Canada Inc. On Wednesday, May 4th, 2022, Marco Falco presented an Education Program with the Toronto Lawyers Association and LexisNexis Canada about the most comm...
May 6, 2022
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Legal iGaming Comes to Ontario!

Lisa R. Lifshitz ABA Business Law Today On April 4, 2022, Ontario became the first province in Canada to regulate online gambling, legalizing what was previously a grey market in this space....
May 5, 2022
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‘Boomerang’ summary judgment motion: What you need to know

Marco P. Falco The Lawyer's Daily In its revolutionary 2014 decision, Hryniak v. Mauldin, 2014 SCC 7, the Supreme Court of Canada issued a judicial call-to-arms to all litigators: to t...
Apr 27, 2022
Torkin Manes LegalPoint

Blockchain: Opportunities and Legal Considerations

Roland Hung, Lisa R. Lifshitz and Olivia Veldkamp Blockchain is a distributed ledger technology that is most widely known for its application with Bitcoin. Despite this claim to fame, blockchain techn...
Apr 20, 2022
Apr 19, 2022
Torkin Manes LegalPoint

Important Changes for Charities Arising from the 2022 Federal Budget

Linda J. Godel and Lauren Crosby The 2022 Federal Budget (Budget 2022), which was released on April 7, 2022, contains some significant changes directed at charities. Of key importance...
Apr 13, 2022
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Lying low may not be the best course of action when it comes to temporary spousal support claims

Laurie H. Pawlitza Financial Post Spousal support is one of the most discretionary areas of family law. The issue can become even more complex when a spouse claims retroactive support ...
Apr 13, 2022
Torkin Manes LegalPoint

Arbitrator Upholds Mandatory Vaccination Policy in Retirement Home

Irv Kleiner The Employer in this case is a retirement home that is regulated by the Retirement Homes Act. The issue before the Board in Extendicare Lynde Creek R...
Apr 5, 2022
Torkin Manes LegalWatch

What You Need to Know About “Boomerang” Summary Judgment Motions

Marco P. Falco In 2014, the Supreme Court of Canada in Hryniak v. Mauldin, 2014 SCC 7, issued a clarion call requiring civil actions to be resolved by way of summary...
Apr 5, 2022
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When to seek security for costs on appeal

Marco P. Falco The Lawyer's Daily Canadian appellate courts are reluctant to have an appeal dismissed without a full hearing on the merits. That being said, where an appeal has little ...
Mar 23, 2022
Torkin Manes LegalPoint

Tort of Intrusion Upon Seclusion Does Not Extend to Hacked Companies

Roland Hung and Abdul-Baasith Javed Recently, in Winder v. Marriott International, Inc., the Ontario Superior Court of Justice has reaffirmed its opinion regarding the limits of liabilit...
Mar 21, 2022
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Judge awards damages for 'family violence' in landmark case

Adam N. Black Financial Post In a ground-breaking decision, an Ontario court recently ordered a husband to pay his former wife damages of $150,000 on account of the physical and p...
Mar 16, 2022
Torkin Manes LegalWatch

Why Seek Security for Costs on Appeal?

Marco P. Falco Appellate Courts in Canada have limited tools at their disposal to discourage frivolous appeals. Broadly speaking, Courts are reluctant to have an app...
Mar 8, 2022
Torkin Manes LegalPoint

Disconnecting from Work Policy – Government of Ontario Provides Guidance

Gillian Howe On December 2, 2021, the Government of Ontario enacted Bill 27, Working for Workers’ Act, 2021, which, amongst other legislative changes, amended the ...
Mar 3, 2022
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Working for Workers Act – Take Two

Daniel Pugen On February 28, 2022, the Government of Ontario introduced major changes to workplace legislation via Bill 88. This follows up on the government’s Wor...
Mar 1, 2022
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Father awarded more than $675,000 in costs after epic five-year fight over kids

Adam N. Black Financial Post After five years of litigation, culminating in a 39-day trial and an award of costs in excess of $675,000, a father was finally able to restore his re...
Feb 25, 2022
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Accountability in Health Law: The Legal Framework

Robert Barbiero Faculty, The Osgoode Certificate in Health Law
Feb 23, 2022
Torkin Manes LegalPoint

Statutory Ban On Non-Competition Clauses Does Not Apply To Agreements Entered Into Prior to October 25, 2021

Daniel Pugen and Shreya Patel The Ontario Government recently passed the Working for Workers Act, 2021. This legislation amended the Employment Standards Act, 2000 to prohibit non...
Feb 17, 2022
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