Jennifer L. Hunter

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Ontario Court Emphasizes the Importance of Location and the Measuring Tool Used in Slip and Falls on Municipal Sidewalks: Cromarty v Waterloo (City), 2022 ONSC 1322

Canada - September 23 2022 Slip and fall accidents on municipal sidewalks are a source of significant litigation for municipal defendants. In the recent decision of Cromarty v…

Michael Dunk

Privacy Through the Ages - Where Do We Go From Here? (Part 5)

Canada - September 16 2022 Our last installment of this series discusses where privacy law torts are heading and what we can expect in the near future from the courts and…

Jennifer O'Dell

Privacy Through the Ages - A Review of Ontario’s Privacy Laws (Part 4)

Canada - July 20 2022 In this case, the last of the four privacy torts described in the Restatement of Torts (Second) was recognized in Ontario: publicity which places the…

Jennifer O'Dell

Privacy Through the Ages - A Review of Ontario’s Privacy Laws (Part 3)

Canada - July 6 2022 In this motion for default judgment, the plaintiff claimed against her former boyfriend (NM) and his parents for damages relating to his abusive…

Jennifer O'Dell

Privacy Through the Ages - A Review of Ontario’s Privacy Laws (Part 2)

Canada - June 22 2022 Nearly 40 years after its decision in Krouse v Chrysler, the Court of Appeal for Ontario released a landmark decision recognizing a second privacy…

Jennifer O'Dell