Jason Tan

Jason Tan

Jason Tan is a writer of Canadian Lawyer magazine and writes primarily on important developments in case law across Canada. Jason is a Philippine lawyer, admitted to the Philippine Bar in 2020, with experience in construction arbitration, contract drafting, and intellectual property cases.
 

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Ontario Court of Appeal asserts jurisdiction in international fraud case

Ontario Court of Appeal asserts jurisdiction in international fraud case

Jurisdiction over one defendant sufficient when conspirators were interconnected

Sutherland Law in 10-million-dollar commercial case

Sutherland Law in 10-million-dollar commercial case

Macdonald appeared in three cases this week

Federal Court grants dynamic site blocking order to address piracy of live NHL broadcasts

Federal Court grants dynamic site blocking order to address piracy of live NHL broadcasts

Rogers sought injunction requiring ISPs to block IP addresses of unauthorized streamers

Home bought with settlement proceeds of spouse’s child not subject to division: AB Court of Appeal

Home bought with settlement proceeds of spouse’s child not subject to division: AB Court of Appeal

Home was purchased because it was suitable for care of injured child

No appeal if notice not served to respondents; cannot be reinstated: BC Court of Appeal

No appeal if notice not served to respondents; cannot be reinstated: BC Court of Appeal

Failure to serve notice to all respondents meant appeal was never brought

Freedom of religion and expression claim should be action, not petition: BC Court of Appeal

Freedom of religion and expression claim should be action, not petition: BC Court of Appeal

Booking cancelled due to allegedly 'anti-LGBTQ' conference; church asserted rights

Crashing stolen car not foreseeable if no apparent intoxication at party: BC Court of Appeal

Crashing stolen car not foreseeable if no apparent intoxication at party: BC Court of Appeal

Minor left on foot, didn't appear intoxicated after minimal consumption

Cassels Brock and Blackwell, Teplitsky Colson in 50-million-dollar commercial case

Cassels Brock and Blackwell, Teplitsky Colson in 50-million-dollar commercial case

Polley Faith, Stockwoods Barristers in 24-million-dollar case this week

Surgery on dog without checking previous tests was professional misconduct: AB Court of Appeal

Surgery on dog without checking previous tests was professional misconduct: AB Court of Appeal

Tests revealed probable problem

Uninviting retired employee from party insufficient to terminate contract: Alberta Court of Appeal

Uninviting retired employee from party insufficient to terminate contract: Alberta Court of Appeal

Worker's employment status irrelevant to status of management services contract