Judges and juries not bound to theories of defence, prosecution

Neither judges nor juries are bound to follow theories of the Crown or the defence if there is evidence that could support a conviction on a different basis than that offered by counsel, Hamilton criminal lawyer Jeffrey Manishen tells CHCH.

Bill 148 - Advocate Daily

Bill 148 could inhibit job growth.

Examining the nature of Henson Trusts

The Supreme Court of Canada granted leave to appeal in the case of in S.A. v. Metro Vancouver Housing Corporation, 2017 BCCA 2 (37551). 

What should I do if I am involved in a car accident?

What should I do if I am involved in a car accident?

Privacy Invasion

I just discovered that someone I know hacked into my email account and online banking records. They saw everything. From what I can tell they have been snooping my records for a significant period of time. Am I able to sue them for a privacy invasion?

I am having a bunch of my friends and family over for Thanksgiving. We all like to drink and have fun. Can I be sued if things get out of hand?

I am having a bunch of my friends and family over for Thanksgiving. We all like to drink and have fun. Can I be sued if things get out of hand?

I am thinking about placing my loved one into a nursing home. I am worried about them being mistreated. What should I know?

I am thinking about placing my loved one into a nursing home. I am worried about them being mistreated. What should I know?

I’ve been off work with a serious medical condition for nearly two years. My long-term disability insurer has just informed me that, although I have not recovered, they are ending my benefits after I

I’ve been off work with a serious medical condition for nearly two years.  My long-term disability insurer has just informed me that, although I have not recovered, they are ending my benefits after I have been off for two years.  Can they do this?
 

If I buy used real estate and discover a defect, what are my remedies?

There is a general principle in real estate law, stemming from the Latin phrase “Caveat Emptor”, which holds that a buyer has an obligation to exercise proper caution when acquiring real estate.

I was badly beaten. Can I sue the accused for monetary compensation?

 I was badly beaten. Can I sue the accused for monetary compensation?