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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Federal Court hears 2-million-dollar suit involving vessel collision in Vancouver Harbour

Federal Court hears 2-million-dollar suit involving vessel collision in Vancouver Harbour

Stikeman Elliott and Whitelaw Twining Law involved in collision case in federal court roundup

Ontario court rejects mother's proposal to be bound by treaty if child not returned to Canada

Ontario court rejects mother's proposal to be bound by treaty if child not returned to Canada

Mother wished to take child to India against father's wishes; India not part of Hague Convention

BC Supreme Court looks for common ground with conflicting experts in personal injury action

BC Supreme Court looks for common ground with conflicting experts in personal injury action

Court accepted medical opinions only to the extent that they were the same

BC Court of Appeal reduces loss-of-earning-capacity award to plaintiff with uncertain plans

BC Court of Appeal reduces loss-of-earning-capacity award to plaintiff with uncertain plans

Impossible to discern basis of judge's assessment of damages at $255,000

Federal Court hears multiple class actions on systemic discrimination against First Nations children

Federal Court hears multiple class actions on systemic discrimination against First Nations children

Guardian Law Group, Strosberg Sasso Sutts, Sotos involved in class actions in federal courts roundup

Copyright case against internet subscribers who shared pirated film proceeds to trial

Copyright case against internet subscribers who shared pirated film proceeds to trial

Evidence of infringement insufficient to grant default judgment: Federal Court

Plaintiff waited too long to add doctors to medical malpractice suit: NB Court of Appeal

Plaintiff waited too long to add doctors to medical malpractice suit: NB Court of Appeal

Plaintiff sued hospital, but didn't include individual doctors until limitation period expired

McCarthy Tétrault, Gowling WLG, Seastone IP in patent infringement suit

McCarthy Tétrault, Gowling WLG, Seastone IP in patent infringement suit

Barth Law involvement in confidentiality lawsuit against RCMP leads roundup of the federal courts

Franchise agreement can be cancelled due to defective financial disclosure: Ontario Court of Appeal

Franchise agreement can be cancelled due to defective financial disclosure: Ontario Court of Appeal

Absence of signed and dated certificate in financial disclosure documents was fatal flaw

Ontario Court of Appeal affirms $13,000 award to Coffee Time Donuts for non-payment of royalties

Ontario Court of Appeal affirms $13,000 award to Coffee Time Donuts for non-payment of royalties

Written franchise agreement had expired but parties' conduct continued it