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30 Jul

“Plausible inference” test affirms that plaintiffs must exercise reasonable diligence to discover claims

Friday, July 30, 2021James R.G. CookLitigationNegligence, Limitation of Actions Act

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In Grant Thornton LLP v. New Brunswick, 2021 SCC 31 (CanLII), the Supreme Court of Canada determined that a claim by the Province of New Brunswick against Grant Thornton LLP was statute-barred as the...

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9 Jun

Litigant Misses the Cut in Lawsuit After Being Hit in the Head by a Golf Ball

Wednesday, June 9, 2021Stephen A. ThieleLitigationSports, Torts, Negligence, Golf, Sports Law

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Spectating a live sporting event is typically an enjoyable experience. Whether in the arena watching a hockey game or on the course taking in a round of golf, there is a general entertainment value that comes with... 

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6 Apr

Recent treatment of the duty to defend in Ontario courts

Tuesday, April 6, 2021James R.G. Cook, Kenneth JullLitigationInsurance Law, Negligence, Ontario Court of Appeal , Insurance Policy, Policy, Class Action

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Where there is a dispute between an insurer and an insured over the insurer’s duty to defend a claim being made against an insured, the insured will ordinarily need to bring an application for... 

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