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CTA Decision Commentary: They said what?

On January 31, 2014 the Canadian Transportation Agency released a lengthy decision addressing certain of Porter Airlines’ tariff provisions (Decision No. 31-C-A-2014). In the course of the decision, the Agency made a number of findings, some more supportable than others. However one finding is particularly problematic and warrants comment. While considering Porter’s tariff provisions addressing Read more...

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Supreme Court Restores Common Sense to Rule 20 – Summary Judgment

The Supreme Court released its decisions yesterday (January 23) in the Hryniak v. Maudlin, 2014 SCC 7 and Bruno Appliance and Furniture v. Hryniak, 2014 SCC 8 appeals. Those appeals were on the issue of interpreting the 2010 amendments to Ontario’s Rule 20 dealing with summary judgment motions. OTLA and the Canadian Bar Association were Read more...

Insurance
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Supreme Court Restores Common Sense to Rule 20 – Summary Judgment

The Supreme Court released its decisions yesterday (January 23) in the Hryniak v. Maudlin, 2014 SCC 7 and Bruno Appliance and Furniture v. Hryniak, 2014 SCC 8 appeals. Those appeals were on the issue of interpreting the 2010 amendments to Ontario’s Rule 20 dealing with summary judgment motions. OTLA and the Canadian Bar Association were Read more...

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