Factory Mutual is appealing an Ontario court ruling that included a finding that “resulting physical damage” can mean loss of use. Read more.
Paul Pape and Brodie Noga give the Lawyer’s Daily their view on what to take away from the recent ONCA decision in Champion v Intact, 2020 ONCA 111. Read Amanda
Shantona Chaudhury and Andrew W. MacDonald, “Balancing the Public Interest in Expression and the Right to Sue: How Much Protection Should Anti-SLAPP Laws Provide?” in Todd L. Archibald, ed., Annual
Shantona Chaudhury, “Effective Commercial Arbitration: An Interview with Robert Armstrong, Ian Binnie, and Stephen Goudge”, in M. Huberman (ed.), A Practitioner’s Guide to Commercial Arbitration, (2017: Irwin Law) 291.
The Supreme Court of Canada’s October 2016 decision in Parsons v. Ontario and Endean v. British Columbia has significant implications for the adjudication and management of class actions in Canada.