PRACTICE AREA: Litigation

legal wit undertaking motions are tedious

If there is a more tedious experience than an undertakings motion, it likely would be two undertakings motions.

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As of January 17th Legislative Watch will be available as a NEW add-on subscription to LawSource that will allow users to track individual bills or bills relating to specific statutes for deeper, more efficient research.

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R. v. Wagar (2017), 36 C.R. (7th) 30, 2017 ABPC 17, 2017 CarswellAlta 180, 47 Alta. L.R. (6th) 356 (Alta. Prov. Ct.) at para. 20 LeGrandeur A.C.J. Prov. Ct.)

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No warning was required before striking pleading since plaintiff failed to comply with directions and orders and failed to provide a reasonable excuse for-non-compliance

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In a judgment relating to a would- be walrus kidnapping, the Ontario Court of Justice reviews the principles relating to e-discovery regime.

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Nelson and District Credit Union v. Fiserv Solutions of Canada, Inc. (2017), 2017 BCSC 1139, 2017 CarswellBC 1823 (B.C. S.C.) at para. 24 Harper (Master)

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This excerpt provides an introduction to federal and provincial legislation concerning the protection of privacy and access to freedom of information. The legislative scheme provides rules for the collection, use, and disclosure of personal information in a manner that respects the privacy of individuals and recognizes the needs of private and non-governmental organizations to collect, use, and disclose personal information for purposes that a reasonable person would consider appropriate.

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Sample Litigation Legal Memo | Standard of care

What is the standard of care of governmental agencies with respect to maintenance of public parks? View sample legal memo.

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Enhanced Text and Annotations Library

The enhanced Text and Annotations Library is coming soon in September on WestlawNext Canada.

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Word of the Week | Proportionality

Condominium Corp. No. 311443 v. Goertz (2016), [2016] A.J. No. 1195, 2016 ABCA 362, 2016 CarswellAlta 2202 (Alta. C.A.) at para. 49 McDonald, Bielby and Wakeling JJ.A

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Digest of the Week | Functions of Judge and Jury

The Ontario Court of Appeal found that the trial judge properly instructed the jury on the fact that it was the trier of facts and clearly instructed the jury on legal issues such as the difference between negligence and error in professional judgment, and the onus of proof.

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Word of the Week | Boomerang Summary Judgment

Toronto Standard Condominium Corp. No. 2130 v. York Bremner Developments Ltd. (2016), 2016 ONSC 5393, 2016 CarswellOnt 13671 (Ont. S.C.J.) at para. 117 Myers J.)

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