The Canadian Bar Association is set to adopt new best practices for the case management of multi-jurisdictional class actions at the beginning of cases.
The Canadian Bar Association is set to urge the federal government to make the country’s Constitution fully bilingual.
An Ontario judge has approved a new class representative for a $384-million class action lawsuit brought by hundreds of lawyers against Deloitte LLP.
When Toronto lawyer Tara Vasdani could not track down a defendant she was looking to serve, she turned to Instagram.
A new survey conducted by the Law Society of Ontario has revealed that harassment and discrimination are an ongoing reality for many articling students.
A master of the Ontario Superior Court has refused to remove defence counsel for an alleged conflict of interest in an unusual personal injury case.
An Ontario judge has awarded $750,000 in punitive and moral damages to a former Wal-Mart Canada executive — an award lawyers say is one of the highest in Canadian employment law history.
Toronto lawyer Warren Kinsella has settled a claim he launched against a Twitter subsidiary for refusing to take down an allegedly defamatory tweet.
A complaint has been filed against a judge and a Windsor, Ont. Crown attorney for an “inappropriate social outing” that took place during an ongoing criminal trial they were both working on.
The Law Society of Upper Canada’s statement of principles requirement will not become optional.