Limitation Periods and Procedural Time Periods suspended to September.

Due to the historic and unprecedented effect of COVID-19, Ontario suspended limitation and procedural time periods on March 20, 2020 retroactive to March 16, 2020. The suspension was to be in effect until the state of emergency was lifted.

 

Occupiers Liability Act

The Occupiers’ Liability Act states that an occupier of a premise owes a duty to take such care as in all the circumstances of the case is reasonable to see that persons entering on the premises are reasonably safe while on the premises.




 

Considerations when applying for a Canada Emergency Business Account (CEBA)

The Government of Canada has launched various initiatives to assist small businesses with challenges faced due to COVID-19, one of which being the Canada Emergency Business Account (CEBA).

Three P's of virtual discoveries: Preparation, participation, protection.

For many lawyers, preparing for and conducting examinations for discoveries is a matter of course.

Contractual obligations and COVID-19: Force Majeure

Contractual obligations and COVID-19: Force Majeure.

The Courts during COVID-19

The Courts during COVID-19:  Brief Overview

sharing child custody during COVID-19

The COVID-19 pandemic has necessitated many people’s reassessment of their and their family’s pre-pandemic schedules and routines. For separated parents, a question that has certainly permeated their thoughts during the pandemic is: should my children still be travelling between my home and their other parent’s home? 

Estate planning while social distancing

How do you execute Wills and Powers of Attorney in a social distancing world?

Family Law Matters during pandemic

For the vast majority of family law cases, the threat of going to Court right now holds little weight. 

Lay-offs during COVID-19

Can employers temporarily lay off employees during the COVID-19 pandemic?