News from Law

Kyla Lee on iHeart Radio

15 hours ago

Michelle Gray says she’s afraid to get behind the wheel again after having her licence suspended fo...

radio | Kyla | Lee |

The Fight Against the Attrition of Women Lawyers

15 hours ago

“Within 5 years of being called to the bar, 57% of women and 49% of men will have left private pract...

Lawyers | fight |

$175,000 Non-Pecuniary Assessment for Chronic Psychological Injuries

15 hours ago

Reasons for judgement were published this week by the BC Supreme Court, Vancouver Registry, assessin...

chronic | assessment | injuries | $175 | psychological |

ICBC Criticized For Not Practicing What It Preaches

15 hours ago

In recent months both ICBC and the Provincial Government have been vocal in criticizing the use of m...

ICBC | practicing | criticized |

We Are Hiring! Litigation Position at MacIsaac & Company!

15 hours ago

Due to our rapidly growing personal injury practice MacIsaac & Company’s head office in Victoria...

Position | Hiring | company | Litigation |

Court Challenge Launched Against BC Injury Claims Expert Witness Cap

15 hours ago

Earlier this year the BC Government introduced changes to the BC Supreme Court Civil Rules capping t...

witness | expert | launched | cap | injury | BC | Challenge | court |

Introducing Jennifer Shuber, Certified Specialist in Family Law

19 hours ago

Gelman & Associates is thrilled to welcome Jennifer Shuber to our firm. Jennifer is a highly-re...

certified | specialist | family | Jennifer | law | Introducing |

California Woman Receives $150,000 In Unpaid Child Support

19 hours ago

We often deal with and write about issues relating to child support. One parent’s refusal to make c...

child | receives | $150 | unpaid | California |

Canadian Dies Ziplining In Thailand

21 hours ago

As we near the end of another long Canadian winter, many Canadians may be planning their getaways t...

Canadian | dies | Thailand |

Challenging Electronic Systems’ and Devices’ Ability to Produce Reliable Evidence

23 hours ago

This is a short summary of the full text of this article, which has the same title, and which was p...

devices | Reliable | systems | electronic | Evidence | ability | Challenging | produce |

Another setback: Justice McEwen unsheathes the sword of Damocles

1 day ago

On Wednesday, Justice Thomas McEwen did as promised -- he responded to the request of lawyers repres...

Justice | Sword | Setback |

The Right to Unplug

1 day ago

The newly amended Employment Standards Act may have created a context in which an employee may lega...

No expectation of privacy in child-luring cases on the Internet, SCC rules

1 day ago

A man who was convicted of luring a 14-year-old girl over the Internet had no expectation of privacy...

child | expectation | luring | SCC | Internet | cases | Privacy | rules |

Playground Accidents and Injuries to Children

1 day ago

Spring is here and the temperatures are beginning to rise.  With the warmer weather comes the excit...

playground | children | accidents | injuries |

Internet and Technology: New Regulatory Paradigms

1 day ago

I was pleased to speak earlier today at the McCarthy Tétrault  8th Annual Technology Law Innovation...

Technology | Internet | Regulatory |

Ontario Budget 2019-20 Summary of Interest to Employers and Other Measures

1 day ago

On April 11, 2019, the Ontario government tabled its 2019-20 fiscal budget, “Protecting What Matter...

interest | Summary | measures | Budget | employers | Ontario |

Re-seller of fraudulent goods found wilfully blind by Court of Appeal

1 day ago

In Wescom Solutions Inc. v Minetto, the Ontario Court of Appeal confirmed that the test for wilful b...

Appeal | seller | fraudulent | Blind | court | goods |

Apex Courts and the Common Law

1 day ago

Apex Courts and the Common Law, a collection I edited for University of Toronto Press is now on sale...

law | Apex | common | courts |