Bernise Carolino

Bernise Carolino

Bernise Carolino is a news writer who has covered the legal scene and case law in Canada and employment case law in California, U.S. She has written for Canadian LawyerLaw Times, and Human Resources Director America. She is a graduate of the University of the Philippines College of Law.

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Saskatchewan, Ontario breweries’ identical trademarks may be confusing: Federal Court

Saskatchewan, Ontario breweries’ identical trademarks may be confusing: Federal Court

Court upholds board's finding that respondent used trademark before filing date

B.C.’s top court grants limited leave to appeal arbitral award stemming from construction dispute

B.C.’s top court grants limited leave to appeal arbitral award stemming from construction dispute

Arbitration addressed issue of whether claim was time-barred

Evidence of sexual activity before and after alleged sexual assault inadmissible: BC Court of Appeal

Evidence of sexual activity before and after alleged sexual assault inadmissible: BC Court of Appeal

Accused should have permission to cross-examine complainant, dissenting judge says

Court refuses to recognize and enforce BC ruling in Ontario at common law

Court refuses to recognize and enforce BC ruling in Ontario at common law

Dispute arose from expropriation proceedings in Antigua and Barbuda

NL court restores equal parenting between mother and grandmother

NL court restores equal parenting between mother and grandmother

Re-hearing would expend time and financial, emotional, other costs, ruling says

Covering method of medical treatment does not make pharmaceutical patent invalid: Federal Court

Covering method of medical treatment does not make pharmaceutical patent invalid: Federal Court

Making, constructing, using, selling generic version would infringe patent's claims

Canadian law schools 2022/23: Resources if you're considering whether, and where, to become a lawyer

Canadian law schools 2022/23: Resources if you're considering whether, and where, to become a lawyer

A comprehensive list of law school programs and tuition in Canada

Different verdicts against co-accuseds not inconsistent: Alberta Court of Appeal

Different verdicts against co-accuseds not inconsistent: Alberta Court of Appeal

Different evidence against one defendant than for two others convicted of criminal harassment

Alberta Court of Appeal grants appeal challenging registration of new land on lakeshore

Alberta Court of Appeal grants appeal challenging registration of new land on lakeshore

Property didn't have natural boundary with waterline; application not subject to appeal deadline

New Brunswick Court of Appeal refuses to award lost wages during lay-off period before termination

New Brunswick Court of Appeal refuses to award lost wages during lay-off period before termination

Worker placed on 'furlough', not paid for five months before being fired