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Paterson MacDougall Welcomes New Articling Student

Paterson MacDougall is pleased to welcome Darryl Korell to the team as our new articling student. Darryl recently graduated with a J.D. from the University of Ottawa. While there, he interned at the Supreme Court of Canada and co-ordinated the Law Help Ontario student volunteer program. Darryl brings a wealth of research, writing, and management Read more...

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Occupiers’ Liability Act Considered: Sometimes a Fall is Simply an Accident

Sometimes a fall is simply an accident. In a recent Ontario Superior Court decision, Nandlal v. Toronto Transit Commission, 2014 ONSC 4760, a judge held that it is not reasonable to expect a public transport occupier to continuously and immediately cleanup after its patrons if they leave debris on stairs. Sarojanie Nandlal slipped and fell Read more...

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Occupiers’ Liability Act Considered: Sometimes a Fall is Simply an Accident

Sometimes a fall is simply an accident. In a recent Ontario Superior Court decision, Nandlal v. Toronto Transit Commission, 2014 ONSC 4760, a judge held that it is not reasonable to expect a public transport occupier to continuously and immediately cleanup after its patrons if they leave debris on stairs. Sarojanie Nandlal slipped and fell Read more...

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