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Posted on February 23, 2006 In Articles, General & Commercial Litigation
February 23, 2006 By Brian Babcock Ontario's highest court recently ordered a construction contractor to pay $434,000 in damages for refusing to perform a contract after [...]
Posted on January 27, 2006 In Articles, Labour Relations & Employment Law
January 27, 2006 In a recent judgement, the Ontario Superior Court of Justice has applied the doctrine of issue estoppel to preclude an employer from [...]
Posted on January 19, 2006 In Articles, Personal Injury & Insurance Litigation
January 19, 2006 By Brian Babcock On January 18, 2006, the supreme court of Canada heard arguments in Childs v. Desormeaux , the Ontario Court of Appeal case [...]
Posted on December 19, 2005 In Articles, Personal Injury & Insurance Litigation
December 19, 2005 By Brian Babcock Business people buy insurance because disasters happen. One of the most troubling losses suffered after a fire or other damage [...]
Posted on November 29, 2005 In Articles, Labour Relations & Employment Law
November 29, 2005 Until recently it has been standard practice in Ontario for employers not to pay Severance Pay when a disabled employee was terminated [...]
Posted on October 21, 2005 In Articles, Family Law
October 21, 2005 By Paul Jasiura It is legally possible in Ontario to have the home put into one spouse's name alone, even though they are [...]
Posted on October 13, 2005 In Articles, Labour Relations & Employment Law
October 13, 2005 Recent amendments to the Canada Labour Code , the Ontario Employment Standards Act and the Employment Insurance Act provide employees with up to eight (8) weeks of leave [...]
Posted on June 14, 2005 In Articles, Real Estate Law
June 14, 2005 Here at Weilers, we frequently represent Americans who are selling property in Northwestern Ontario. This article applies equally to individuals living in [...]
Posted on June 1, 2005 In Articles, General & Commercial Litigation
June 1, 2005 By Brian Babcock Every year we hear stories of tragic accidents involving vehicles and pedestrians. Traffic laws, and fault based insurance claims are [...]
Posted on February 3, 2005 In Articles, Wills & Estates

By Paul Jasiura On February 3, 2005, the Supreme Court of Canada refused to grant leave in a case called Amherst Crane Rentals Limited v. Perring, […]