Showing: All

accordion image

In Ouderkirk v. Walkhavern Farms Limited, the Plaintiff brought a motion to inspect the fencing system of the Defendants’ two acre pasture. The Plaintiff was involved in a motor vehicle accident on March 30, 2020,

accordion image

1.Mohamud v. Juskey, 2023 ONSC 4414

A case study in the dangers of failing to engage in regular review of files as well as the test for balancing probative value vs. prejudicial effect.

accordion image

When proceeding to the document discovery stage of a lawsuit, parties have a duty to disclose all relevant documents in their possession, control or power. They do so through an Affidavit of Documents,

accordion image

With the end of COVID restrictions, the market size of the Gym, Health & Fitness Clubs industry in Canada is expected to increase 7.24% from 2023-2027, which means, more Ontarians getting gym memberships.[1]  Every gym membership


August 11, 2023
9 mins read
accordion image

The UMC provision and OPCF-44R endorsement are important components of automobile insurance policies in Ontario. They are designed to protect policyholders from the financial risks associated with accidents involving underinsured, unidentified, or uninsured motorists.

Ideally, claims brought against defendants

accordion image

The Condominium Act, 1998 (the “Act”) gives power to the condominium corporation to alter its obligations towards its unit owners​. For unit owners it means that they must agree with and follow the Act

accordion image

On July 7, 2023, the Ontario Court of Appeal released its judgment in Ahluwalia v. Ahluwalia. The following case commentary of Ahluwalia focuses on the court’s analysis regarding punitive damages. Trial judges must

A Brief Lesson on Class Actions

March 01, 2023
2 mins read
accordion image

In a class actions lawsuit, one or more plaintiffs sue one or more defendants on behalf of a larger group of individuals who allege to have suffered the same type of loss from

accordion image

With over 55,000 farms in Ontario, motor vehicle accidents involving escaped livestock is not as rare as one may think, and determining liability for the resulting injuries can be complex.

For the most


February 01, 2023
4 mins read
accordion image

Background and Laws

What is “cyberbullying”? Cyberbullying is when a child or teen becomes a target of actions by others – using computers, cellphones or other devices – that are intended to embarrass, humiliate,