Accused provided drugs to victim who later died from extreme cold
Recent License Appeal Tribunal decision provides guidance on the issue of financial abuse of the elderly
The Ontario Court of Appeal allows an appeal and orders a new trial because the trial judge misused a prior consistent statement to bolster the credibility of the complainant
Small and medium law firms across know that technology is critical to their future success. See what technology's role plays and what area successful firms are focused on.
As technology, the law, and client needs continue to evolve, lawyers must be prepared to invest strategically in technology that will help position their firms to succeed.
Police used screen capture software to record computer chats with accused
Historically, pets and condominium corporations have been frequent adversaries in Ontario courts where they have generated more than 40 reported decisions.
This edition of the Emerging Issues Bulletin discusses the road to cannabis legalization
Two recent Ontario Court of Appeal decisions concerning the application of limitation periods in trusts and estates litigation are discussed
An employer may terminate an employment contract for just cause without giving notice to the employee. This excerpt provides an overview of the types of misconduct which are seen in the workplace and in what instances such misconduct may justify dismissal for cause.
BC Court of Appeal holds that an accused who did not cause an accident may properly be convicted of failure to stop
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