Litigation

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

First racialized justice on Court of Appeal for Ontario retires from bench after 23 years

First racialized justice on Court of Appeal for Ontario retires from bench after 23 years

South Asian Bar Association names human rights award for Russell Juriansz and his wife, Kaye Joachim

COVID-19 and the courts: Sept. 13, 2021 update

COVID-19 and the courts: Sept. 13, 2021 update

This week's roundup for courts across Canada

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

Should you hire a lawyer or a paralegal?

Should you hire a lawyer or a paralegal?

Lawyers have deeper knowledge of law, but paralegals can be useful for smaller, less complex matters