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24 Aug

Lack of standing prevents challenge to COVID-19 restrictions

Tuesday, August 24, 2021Stephen A. ThieleLitigationCOVID-19, Civil Procedure, Charter, Charter Challenge

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The COVID-19 pandemic has led to various court challenges in connection with some of the restrictive measures imposed by federal, provincial and...

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27 Feb

The judicial rant heard around the legal profession: a legal research lesson

Saturday, February 27, 2021Stephen A. ThieleLitigationCivil Procedure, Legal Research, Transfer Motion, Rules of Civil Procedure

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As we approach the one year anniversary of Ontario’s declaration of a state of emergency because of Covid-19 pandemic, the stresses and strains caused by the lockdown can be seen and...

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8 Jan

Freelance Consultants Not Bound by Non-Competition Agreement

Friday, January 8, 2021James R.G. CookLitigation, Employment LawCivil Procedure, Trial Procedure, Non-Compete, Contract Law

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Freelance consultants may often be faced with a decision to enter into contracts which purport to limit their ability to seek out what might be construed as...

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