Today’s verdict on the Forcillo case has undoubtedly raised several questions that the media may not be able to answer clearly.
Here’s my perspective:
My employer has fired me without cause and without giving me any prior notice. My boss even told me I had to sign a “release” before I get paid my minimum entitlements. Can my employer do that?
What are the new rules regarding pedestrian crossovers and school crossings in Ontario?
A great deal of public attention has recently been given to the case of Marco Muzzo, currently before the court in Newmarket on charges of criminal negligence causing 4 deaths. Media reports have indicated that he had failed to stop for a red light and had a blood-alcohol level above the legal limit.
Generally, you can make a Will in one of two ways – either formally or informally.
Long over due changes have been implemented in the charitable sector laws.
Justice Hinkson of the B.C. Supreme Court has overturned the October 2014 B.C. Law Society members’ referendum which would have denied accreditation to law school graduates of Trinity Western University’s proposed law school.
I hosted a Holiday party where one of my guests consumed too much alcohol, attempted to drive home and sustained injuries in a car accident. Can I be found responsible?
The rules of evidence in Canada do not permit a witness to testify about a matter of opinion unless it’s something that’s within the realm of ordinary human experience. Only someone whom a judge rules to be possessed of sufficient skill, training and knowledge as to be qualified to give opinion evidence
I’ve been receiving Long-Term Disability benefits for nearly two years. Although my condition hasn’t improved, they’ve suddenly terminated my benefits. Is there anything I can do?