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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Adding new charges to a notice of hearing inconsistent with due process: Alberta Court of Appeal

Adding new charges to a notice of hearing inconsistent with due process: Alberta Court of Appeal

Amending a notice of hearing should not bring forward an entirely new complaint

Cineplex suing Cineworld, claims COVID-19 not an excuse for breach of contract

Cineplex suing Cineworld, claims COVID-19 not an excuse for breach of contract

Cineworld backed out of purchase in what Cineplex characterized as 'buyer's remorse'

Opportunity cost not condition precedent to an award of costs: Prince Edward Island Court of Appeal

Opportunity cost not condition precedent to an award of costs: Prince Edward Island Court of Appeal

To require proof ignores the fact that costs serve purposes other than indemnification, said Court

Fleet policy covers new vehicle despite alleged increase in risk: Nova Scotia Court of Appeal

Fleet policy covers new vehicle despite alleged increase in risk: Nova Scotia Court of Appeal

Insurer should have known of additional vehicle's risk increase, said Court

No Charter violation in warrantless tracking of phone and search: Court of Appeal

No Charter violation in warrantless tracking of phone and search: Court of Appeal

Appellant argued police had no specific training to give expert evidence on drug jargon

Rejection of students' application to attend minority language schools reasonable: court

Rejection of students' application to attend minority language schools reasonable: court

Minister was not 'fettering' her discretion nor unreasonable when she dismissed their application

Manitoba Court of Appeal confirms suspension for lawyer who claimed Crown caused suicide

Manitoba Court of Appeal confirms suspension for lawyer who claimed Crown caused suicide

Allegation was held to be uncivil conduct amounting to professional misconduct