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Posted in: Ontario Court of Appeal | Ontario

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Estoppel by Convention: The Ontario Court of Appeal’s Latest Take on a Relatively Rare Form of Estoppel and the Implications for Contracting Parties By Simon Dugas , Dillon Collett and Mark van Zandvoort Aug 31, 2020 The Ontario Court of Appeal’s August 7 decision in Grasshopper Solar Corporation v. Independent E... The Ontario Court of Appeal’s August 7 decision in Grasshopper Solar Corporation v. Independent Electricity System Operator serves as a cautionary reminder that the certainty of contractual terms will not be l...

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Court of Appeal Upholds Termination Clause in RESOP Contract – Contract Terminated Automatically on Bankruptcy Does Not Violate Stay Provisions Under the Bankruptcy and Insolvency Act By Maria Gonzalez Aug 19, 2020 On July 2, the Court of Appeal for Ontario released its decision in Hutchingame Growth Capital Co... On July 2, the Court of Appeal for Ontario released its decision in Hutchingame Growth Capital Corporation v. Independent Electricity System Operator.

Posted in: Ontario Court of Appeal | Ontario | Health and Safety

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Court of Appeal Upholds Decision in Kazenelson Criminal Negligence Case By Cynthia R. C. Sefton Feb 05, 2018 Individuals in Canada who have the authority to direct how another person does work or performs a task have a duty under s. 217.1 of the Criminal Code to take reasonable steps to prevent bodily harm to that person or to any other person from that work or task. All such individuals, who...

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Ontario Court of Appeal Established New Privacy Rights – Utility Consumption Data and Grow Ops By Paige Backman Aug 21, 2017 If you are a utility monitoring consumption data, think twice before providing any of that information to the police. You may need to ensure the police first provide you with a warrant or other judicial authorization specifically requesting the information. The O...

Posted in: Ontario Court of Appeal | Ontario | Practice & Procedure

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Ontario Court of Appeal Clarifies Procedures for Communicating with Expert Witnesses May 11, 2015 In Moore v. Getahun (2015 ONCA 55), the Ontario Court of Appeal recently provided much needed clarification to the limits governing appropriate communications between lawyers and expert witnesses following the 2014 Superior Court decision of Justice Wilson (2014 ONSC 237),...
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