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Section 5(1)(a)(iv) of the Ontario Limitations Act: Not the Broad Provision We all Assumed it to Be

Canada - October 9 2018 Section 5(1)(a)(iv) of the Ontario Limitations Act, 2002, S.O. 2002, c.24, Schedule B (the "Act") postpones the running of the limitation period where...


Presumptive Deference to Tribunals on Appeal: When Will the Courts Intervene?

Canada - September 10 2018 When an administrative tribunal interprets its governing statute, this usually raises a question of law. The tribunal is engaged in an exercise of...


When is an International Arbitration Award “Binding” for the Purposes of Domestic Enforcement?

Canada, Global - July 26 2018 Successful parties who engage in international commercial arbitration will inevitably want to have the arbitral award recognized and enforced in...


Ejusdem generis: Why Latin Still Matters in Statutory Interpretation

Canada - June 22 2018 As much as Canadian lawyers embrace “modern” principles of statutory interpretation, old habits die hard. A recent decision of the Ontario Court of...


Deference, Deference, Deference: The Effect of Teal on the Standard of Review Applied to Insurance Arbitration Awards

Canada - May 29 2018 In Teal Cedar Products Ltd. v. British Columbia, 2017 SCC 32, the Supreme Court of Canada drew an important distinction between how the standard of...