An Ontario lawyer has successfully persuaded the federal Minister of Justice not to extradite a 49-year-old man wanted in Romania.
Two Toronto lawyers will be filing a complaint with the Ontario Human Rights Tribunal on behalf of families who oppose the plan by the provincial government to change sexual education in schools across the province.
Premier Doug Ford has announced the Ontario provincial government will be giving millions of dollars to create "legal SWAT teams" at each of Toronto’s provincial courthouses, in response to gang and gun violence.
An Ontario judge has ruled that a Sudbury woman can use an embryo to try to have a child, after a legal battle with her former husband over ownership.
An Ontario judge has ordered both a plaintiff and defendant in a national class action to pay for the process of alerting class members directly about the action, particularly their right to opt out of the proceeding, if they wish.
A Toronto-area lawyer has been granted a charging order for almost $240,000 after a client involved in a motor vehicle collision attempted to deal directly with an insurance company from which he was seeking damages.
A Toronto law firm will be removing names from hundreds of applications it receives from law students hopeful to land a summer position at the firm in an effort to promote more diverse recruitment.
Three judges with the Divisional Court of Ontario have set aside a ruling made by a provincial Licence Appeal Tribunal adjudicator after a crash victim’s lawyer received an anonymous letter.
A judge with the Ontario Superior Court of Justice has ordered that evidence obtained by border officers at Pearson International Airport cannot be used in a case against a Tanzanian man, because it violated his Charter rights.