Angelica Dino

Angelica Dino

Angelica Dino is a writer for Key Media's legal publications, including Canadian Lawyer and Law Times. She writes about the developments in Canada's legal industry. She has nearly five years of diverse experience in communications and advocacy within the development and humanitarian sectors. Angelica has a bachelor's degree in Development Communication from the University of the Philippines Los Baños. She is currently pursuing her law degree from De La Salle University. She also enjoys competing in moot court competitions in her free time.

 

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Consent of both parents not required to change child's habitual residence: court

Consent of both parents not required to change child's habitual residence: court

Father claims he only allowed his child to temporarily live in B.C. because of the pandemic

B.C. court interprets 'commercially reasonable best efforts' clause in a sale contract

B.C. court interprets 'commercially reasonable best efforts' clause in a sale contract

Chambers judge deviated from an established rule of contractual interpretation, said court

Public insurers obliged to act in good faith despite absence of contract: court

Public insurers obliged to act in good faith despite absence of contract: court

Public insurers must be held to a high standard of 'commercial morality,' said court

Complaints not involving judge's misconduct do not warrant consideration by judicial council: court

Complaints not involving judge's misconduct do not warrant consideration by judicial council: court

The council's power only covers 'matters that threaten the integrity of the judiciary as a whole'

Class action against hotel which terminated 100 employees at height of pandemic approved by court

Class action against hotel which terminated 100 employees at height of pandemic approved by court

Workers say they were misled about hotel's intention to keep them on during pandemic

Alberta court applies 'closed mind test' to election commissioner's treatment of Rebel News

Alberta court applies 'closed mind test' to election commissioner's treatment of Rebel News

Defendant alleged they were not able to respond before decision was reached

Federal court rules failure to engage with central issues leads to unreasonable decision

Federal court rules failure to engage with central issues leads to unreasonable decision

Refugee Appeal Division ignored explanations about inconsistencies

Ontario court dismisses Maxime Bernier's defamation lawsuit for failing anti-SLAPP screening test

Ontario court dismisses Maxime Bernier's defamation lawsuit for failing anti-SLAPP screening test

Defamatory comments were 'drop of vitriol in a sea of criticism,' said court

Well-founded fear of forced gang recruitment can be the basis of refugee claim: Federal Court

Well-founded fear of forced gang recruitment can be the basis of refugee claim: Federal Court

The refusal of a minor to join a gang can result in threats against the child, according to UNHCR

Stikeman Elliott and McCarthy Tétrault guide $359-million acquisition of U.S. cannabis operator

Stikeman Elliott and McCarthy Tétrault guide $359-million acquisition of U.S. cannabis operator

The deal will expand Curaleaf's footprint in Arizona, Nevada and Utah