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Infectious disease emergency leave and common law constructive dismissal claims

Canada - May 7 2021 As the pandemic lingers on in Canada, the legal consequences of many of the statutory changes made by governments are beginning to be litigated in…

Chanel Sterie, Robert Weir.

Government can’t be sued for axing Ontario Basic Income program

Canada - April 6 2021 Justice Bale of the Ontario Superior Court of Justice recently dismissed a motion to certify an action as a class proceeding for plaintiffs who…

Defamatory statements against regulated professions may not attract public interest

Canada - January 28 2021 In Sokoloff Lawyers v. Tru-Path, 2020 ONCA 730, an action arose from a dispute over payments claimed by Tru-Path Occupational Services…

Robin Squires.

Teacher With Camera Pen Acquitted of Voyeurism

Canada - September 20 2018 In a recent criminal case in the Ontario Court of Appeal, a teacher was acquitted on a charge of voyeurism under section 162 of the Criminal Code…