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Wolk Law Firm et al. v. National Transportation Safety Board

A recent action in the United States Federal Court makes alarming accusations against the National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB). In Wolk Law Firm et al. v. National Transportation Safety Board, five families along with the lawyer that represents them, seek an order requiring the NTSB to release documents regarding five air crash investigations currently underway. Read more...

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Court of Appeal Gets It Right: Fordham v. Dutton Dunwich

The Court of Appeal for Ontario has set aside the trial decision in Fordham v. Dutton Dunwich, and in doing so has again affirmed the long line of Supreme Court of Canada authority defining the limits of the municipal duty or care for road repair, and restored some sense of predictability in Ontario cases, particularly against Read more...

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Court of Appeal Gets It Right: Fordham v. Dutton Dunwich

The Court of Appeal for Ontario has set aside the trial decision in Fordham v. Dutton Dunwich, and in doing so has again affirmed the long line of Supreme Court of Canada authority defining the limits of the municipal duty or care for road repair, and restored some sense of predictability in Ontario cases, particularly against Read more...

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