In this recent decision, the Saskatchewan Ontario Court of Appeal reviews Saskatchewan’s new summary judgment rules for the first time.
A recent decision of Supreme Court of Canada allowing a motion to strike the affidavit of an expert.
Watt v. Health Sciences Assn. (2015), 2015 CarswellBC 3869, 2015 BCSC 2468 (B.C. S.C.) at para. 10 Punnett J.)
In the Special Focus section of this newsletter, the authors review the decision Mayotte v. Ontario which interprets and applies the scope of the duty of honest performance as set out by the Supreme Court of Canada in the case of Bhasin v. Hrynew.
Federal Court of Appeal case which found that when a claimant has been found inadmissible for security reasons, no discretion to determine refugee eligibility.
British Columbia case in which the appellant raised a ground of appeal that had not been argued at trial.
Failure of car's emergency brake not in control of defendant, didn't constitute negligence.
This post summarizes an employment case in which the employer was held to a unilateral change it had made to the employment contract
This post covers some basic principles governing the granting of injunctions, such as the jurisdiction of the court, the nature of the remedy, and the various types of injunctions.
This post summarizes a Federal Court case which dealt with the admissibility of Aboriginal oral history which would normally be considered hearsay
Can a bailee rely on a limitation of liability clause to avoid liability for negligence?
Here it cannot be said that [insurance adjuster] balked at his cross-examination or that the Plaintiff was in any manner frustrated in doing a meaningful cross-examination.