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Blaney McMurtry LLP | Canada | 18 Jan 2019

Blaney’s appeals: Ontario Court of Appeal Summaries (January 14 - 18, 2019)

Following are our summaries of the civil decisions of the Court of Appeal for Ontario this past week. The Court released a number of decisions this


Daoust Vukovich LLP | Canada | 27 Jun 2018

Ontario Court of Appeal Provides Measure of Damages When Landlords Are Forced to Sell

A recent decision by the Ontario Court of Appeal has clarified the allowable measure of damages that a landlord can claim when it is forced to sell a


Osler Hoskin & Harcourt LLP | Canada | 29 Nov 2017

Ontario Court of Appeal signals partial summary judgment may become a rarity in Ontario

The Ontario Court of Appeal recently released a decision cautioning that partial summary judgment may become a rarity in Ontario. In Butera v Chown


Dentons | Canada | 4 Apr 2017

Lien bonds and statutory trusts: Stuart Olson Dominion Construction Ltd v. Structal Heavy Steel, 2015 SCC 43

In December 2010, Stuart Olson Dominion Construction Ltd. (Dominion) was hired to act as general contractor to construct a football stadium at the


Ladas & Parry LLP | Canada | 16 Mar 2017

Canadian Patent Law’s Invalidation of Patents Under Promise Doctrine Does Not Violate NAFTA

On March 16, 2017, the International Centre for Settlement of Investment disputes rejected Eli Lilly’s claim that the Canadian Courts use of the


McCarthy Tétrault LLP | Canada | 26 Aug 2016

Access to Justice in “Manageability” of Individual Issues: Appeal Dismissed in Fantl v Transamerica Life Canada

In the recent decision of Fantl v Transamerica Life Canada (“Fantl”), the Ontario Court of Appeal unanimously dismissed the appeal of the Divisional


Torkin Manes LLP | Canada | 9 Feb 2016

When is a Guarantee Unenforceable?

A creditor who loans money has a duty not to breach its contract or act “unconscionably” towards the guarantor or surety of the loan. Accordingly


Stewart McKelvey | Canada | 17 Nov 2014

Truth orbreach of contract: the SCC’s decision in Bhasin v Hrynew

The Supreme Court of Canada's unanimous decision in Bhasin v Hrynew, 2014 SCC 71 has been making headlines since its release last week. The case is


Blake Cassels & Graydon LLP | Canada | 5 Feb 2014

Supreme Court of Canada clarifies tort of ‘causing loss by unlawful means'

Claims based on the tort of unlawful means or unlawful interference with economic relations are common in commercial litigation and certain types of


Clark Wilson LLP | Canada | 21 Oct 2013

SCC refuses leave to appeal D&O coverage case

The Supreme Court of Canada recently refused leave to appeal the decision in Onex Corporation et al. v. American Home Assurance Company et al, 2013

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