The Ontario Court of Appeal discussed the maxim of statutory interpretation expressio unius est exclusio alterius in the motor vehicle collision personal injury case of Kusnierz v. The Economical Mutual. The case dealt with interpretation of the Statutory Accidents Benefits Schedule (SABS). See further discussion on Slaw. Kusnierz v. Economical Mutual Insurance Company
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The Ontario Trial Lawyers Association (OTLA) held its 2011 Celebration of the Personal Injury Bar at the Four Seasons Hotel in Toronto. This year’s honorees were Jack Fireman, Q.C., of Fireman Steinmetz and Brian Brock of Dutton Brock.
In the April 29, 2011 issue of The Lawyers Weekly, Luigi Benetton interviews Omar Ha-Redeye on cloud computing, Omar Ha-Redeye, student-at-law with Toronto-based Fireman Steinmetz, uses Google Docs. “They’ve made great strides with improving convertibility from different word processor documents,” he says. Cloud computing on the rise Services for cloud computing
Omar Ha-Redeye presented on “Online Reputation Management” at LegalIT 5.0 in Montreal on April 4, 2011. “Reputation Management Law” is the application of old legal principles to new public relations challenges due to the proliferation of social media. It draws upon the intersection of defamation, privacy, copyright and trade-mark, and
Chris Guly profiles Omar Ha-Redeye in this week’s issue of The Lawyers Weekly: Articling Student Eyes Litigation Profile on Omar Ha-Redeye A web version of the article is available here. Articling student eyes litigation