I do not think that it lies well in the mouth of the unsuccessful party whose evidence was found to be lacking to complain that the party opposite did a more thorough job marshalling its resources.
We have a marvellous legal system in Ontario.
This post summarizes a recent BC Court of Appeal case that affirmed that expecting children to do dangerous things is reasonable and not a standard of perfection.
The situation which occurred is most common.
Van Breda v. Village Resorts Ltd. |
2012 CarswellOnt 4269 |
Supreme Court of Canada
This post summarizes a BC Supreme Court case which dealt with whether email from the defendant was an admission of liability for the purposes of the limitation period.
This post summarizes a recent Tax Court of Canada case in which the Court had to examine whether certain affidavits were admissible hearsay.
This post summarizes a recent BC Supreme Court case which addressed whether a school was contributorily negligent for a tort committed by a student.
In self-represented litigation, the "pleadings" rarely reflect meaningful details of the issues to be tried.
This post summarizes a recent case in which several journalists were found to have defamed a climate researcher.
Fuhr v. Churchbridge (Regional Municipality) No. 211 |
2013 CarswellSask 610 (Sask. Prov. Ct.) |
Klause Prov. J.
This post summarizes a recent Alberta Court of Appeal case which examines the correct approach to summary judgement under Rule 7.3 of the Alberta Rules of Court.