Between Jian Ghomeshi and Bill Cosby, sexual assault is very much in the news lately. This blog post clearly explains the law of sexual assault in Canada.
This blog post discusses proposed changes to the Ontario Estates Administration Tax Act and its regulations.
This blog post summarizes a recent Alberta Court of Queen's Bench case that examined whether police may search smartphone data incident to arrest.
This post summarizes a recent Ontario Court of Appeal case that examined whether an e-Bike is a motor vehicle for the purpose of a driving prohibition.
This issue was thinly argued, so I will not skate far with it on that small rink of thin ice
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This blog post discusses a recent Supreme Court of Canada case that allowed wiretap evidence gathered by the police to be used in a civil proceeding.
Innocente v. Canada (Attorney General) |
2012 CarswellNS 233 (N.S. C.A.) |
There is no indication in the material before me that the child has any particular ability or level of participation in sporting or other activities beyond what could be described as that of an average child.
The McGill Guide is now available on westlaw Canada. Learn how to use it with this research tip.
This post discusses a recent case in which the BC Supreme Court dismissed a receiver's application for a bidding procedures order approving a stalking horse bid.
Law v. Whelan |
2012 CarswellOnt 1390 (Ont. S.C.J.) |
Defendants are not required to go along for the ride while a plaintiff learns the "in's and out's" of litigation or explores alternatives to his complaints.