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The Court of Appeal for Ontario rules on Jones v. Tsige and decides that a tort law right of action for breach of privacy does exist.

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Burden of Proof
Generally, within a legal proceeding, the 'burden of proof' will be borne by the side bringing the matter forward.   In a litigation matter, such as a ...

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Cost Saving Hints
It is rather obvious that a legal services practitioner's ability to best serve the client is highly dependent on maintaining a positive, constructive, working ...

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Adverse Inference
The principle of 'adverse inference', is relatively simple!  Essentially where a party fails to testify, or fails to lead certain obvious ...

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Forming a Contract
Unlike many areas of law that restrict or restrain conduct, contract law is an area of law that expands freedoms by providing opportunity for parties to ...

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Corporate Unveiling
By: Scott McEachern  Firstly, let me start this article with a little Background 101. Generally, who I hear from on this issue are small business ...

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Limitations
Limitation periods are time limits that restrict when legal proceedings may be commenced.  In Ontario, the  Limitations Act, 2002 provides a ...

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Humour
ATTORNEY:    This myasthenia gravis, does it affect your memory at all?WITNESS:      Yes.ATTORNEY:    And in what ...

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Odd Law
The written law is often plagued with outdated decisions, perplexing paradoxes, and the uncommon common sense! While our pop culture is filled with many ...

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Who Is Who
A common question regarding insurance law is, "What is all this 'first party and third party' stuff?"  This can seem a bit confusing, especially the ...

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Stress Injury
Stress injury, meaning emotional concerns such as anxiety, annoyance, disappointment, distress, fear, frustration, loss of peace of mind, upset, among other ...

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