On January 28, 2021, the Ontario Superior Court addressed “inadequacies in current legal responses to internet defamation and harassment” by creating a new tort of internet harassment and cyber bullying.
Many businesses have been forced to close, limit their hours, or reduce their capacity. Despite a vaccine, the economic impact will likely continue, particularly in the face of new strains of the virus.
While the global pandemic has been incredibly disruptive, the Court is embracing these changes and the legal community is using the tools available to move matters through the court system despite challenges.
Dedicated nurse compensated over $500,000 after ICBC injury trial.
Under the Wills, Estates and Successions Act (“WESA”) of British Columbia, the court can vary a will if it finds that the will does not provide adequate.
Best Lawyers recognizes top legal talents in Canada and around the world.
Class action cases will likely increase as more victims seek justice for systemic abuse and discimination.
Douglas Chiu explains how a 10-year-old insurance case from the Ontario Superior Court is worth looking at during COVID-19.
The petition was originally brought seeking appointment of a committee for the person and estate of Ms. Swereda. It was opposed by the Public Guardian and Trustee.
Carrying out your loved ones last wishes is a big responsibility.