We spoke with two recent law school graduates, Eduard Popov and Carly Deboni, to see what steps they took after graduation and advice they would give to those just beginning their journey into law.
Rubner v. Bistricer (2018), 2018 CarswellOnt 4501, 2018 ONSC 1934 (Ont. S.C.J.)
This excerpt from the updated Trials (Western) title examines Alberta, British Columbia, Manitoba, and Saskatchewan law with regards to pre-trial conferences
Sometimes the bizarre actions of a moment in time appear less absurd when seen in their context. Regrettably that is not the case here.
Daughter did not keep proper records as she was going along, but she supplemented her own records with records made independently by various financial institutions, and she gave detailed explanations to best of her ability
Class v. Smith (2018), 2018 ONSC 623, 2018 CarswellOnt 5705 (Ont. S.C.J.)
This excerpt from the updated Environmental Law (Ontario) title examines Ontario law with regards to renewable energy and energy conversation
Suspended employee's application alleging union's breach of duty of fair representation summarily dismissed since union provided summary of evidence and copy of legal opinion, dismissed upon judicial review as Board's decision was reasonable
Payments that wife received from annuity were properly treated as income for purpose of spousal support rather than family property.
On balance of probabilities, deceased died intestate and without lawful heirs
...the term "person" generally refers to a human being. In the context of the Human Rights Code, it also defines the class of actors against whom the prohibition in s. 13(1)(b) applies.
On April 10th and 11th, the Faculty of Law at the University of Ottawa hosted a conference to mark the retirement of The Right Honourable Beverley McLachlin, Chief Justice of Canada.