June 11, 2017
In Saadati, the Supreme Court of Canada held that it is not necessary, in order to support a finding of legally compensable mental injury, for a claimant to adduce expert evidence or other proof of a recognized psychiatric illness.
Proving Mental Injuries: Is Expert Evidence Required?
Changes to 2017 Parent and Grandparent Sponsorship Process
December 14, 2016
The Hon. John McCallum, Minister of Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship, announced significant changes to how parent and grandparent sponsorship app...
Interpreting Exclusions in Commercial General Liability Insurance
What duties do judges have to self-represented litigants?
February 23, 2017
What are the child support obligations of step-parents to their step-children?
February 21, 2017
Variation of Spousal Support in Anticipation of Retirement
February 13, 2017
Failure to Close: Deadlines in Agreements of Purchase and Sale
UPDATE 3: President Trump’s Executive Order on Immigration: What We Know (So Far)
January 29, 2017
Liability for dog bites and attacks: Who is the "owner"?
January 19, 2017
Notice: Online form for Parent/Grandparent Sponsorship Now Available
January 5, 2017
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