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15 Sep

From Print to Digital Newspapers, The Ontario Libel and Slander Act and Online Newspapers

Friday, September 15, 2017Dara HirbodLitigationlibel, slander, newspaper

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As technology continues to usher individuals towards online based content, it has initiated the mummification of printed media, spearheading a...

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19 Apr

The “People’s Court”: Now By Online Civil Resolution Tribunal?

Wednesday, April 19, 2017Dara HirbodLitigation, Civil LawSmall Claims Court, Civil Resolution Tribunal, Ontario, British Columbia

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The Ontario Small Claims Court is often referred to as the “People’s Court”. The colloquial title has even been adopted by Ontario’s Ministry of the Attorney General. The People’s Court is designed to... 

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22 Feb

Summary judgment motion in actions for wrongful dismissal started under the Simplified Procedure rule: A new way forward

Wednesday, February 22, 2017Dara Hirbod, Kevin W. FisherLitigationSummary Judgment, Rules of Civil Procedure, Wrongful Dismissal

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Following a long line of cases, it has become standard practice in wrongful dismissal actions, even where the potential damages may exceed the prescribed monetary limit, to commence a claim under the...

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9 Nov

Only My Trial Judge Can Judge Me: Pre-Trial Judge, Don’t Judge My Summary Judgment Motion

Wednesday, November 9, 2016Dara HirbodLitigation

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Most lawyers have taken for granted, or assumed it was trite, that the Rules of Civil Procedure expressly prohibit a pre-trial conference Judge from hearing a subsequent summary judgment motion in the same matter. Put simply, the Rules...

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