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Posted on August 30, 2021 In Articles, Labour Relations & Employment Law

August 30, 2021 By Brian Babcock Sometimes, when a non-union employee is terminated without cause, the employer tries to gain value for the amounts payable […]

Posted on August 30, 2021 In Articles, Labour Relations & Employment Law

August 30, 2021 By Brian Babcock We have written often about how Ontario courts tend to favour employees in wrongful dismissal law suits. Often, these […]

Posted on August 23, 2021 In Articles, Real Estate Law

August 23, 2021 By Brian Babcock A financing condition is common in a residential agreement of purchase and sale. It exists to protect the buyers […]

Posted on August 23, 2021 In Articles, Corporate & Commercial Law, Real Estate Law

August 23, 2021 By Brian Babcock The Ontario Court of Appeal has given the duty of good faith in performing contracts a narrow reading, refusing […]

August 16, 2021 By Brian Babcock It may be that not all arbitration clauses in employment contracts are unenforceable. The Supreme Court of Canada decision […]

Posted on August 16, 2021 In Articles, Real Estate Law

August 16, 2021 By Brian Babcock Racially tainted reasons to deny a commercial tenant a renewal of their lease can result in relief from forfeiture […]

Posted on August 11, 2021 In Articles, General & Commercial Litigation

August 11, 2021 By Brian Babcock Privacy rights are fundamentally important. This has been confirmed by the Supreme Court of Canada in Douez v. Facebook, […]

Posted on August 11, 2021 In Articles, General & Commercial Litigation

August 11, 2021 By Brian Babcock You sue somebody because they owe you money, or have caused you damages. They do not defend. What do […]

Posted on August 6, 2021 In Articles, Municipal Law, Real Estate Law

August 6, 2021 By Mark Mikulasik A real estate developer cannot sue a municipality for its increased costs if the information supplied by the municipality […]

August 6, 2021 By Brian Babcock Punitive damages might not be as limited as suggested by our recent articles on the subject. The Ontario Court […]