The Ontario Court of Appeal recently released the decision in Blue Mountain Resorts Limited v. Ontario (Labour), which helped clarify what is a workplace and where the reporting requirements for workplace injury or death are applicable under Ontario’s Occupational Health and Safety Act. See Slaw for details.
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The Ontario Court of Appeal released the decision today in Combined Air Mechanical Services Inc v Flesch, which reformulated the analysis for Rule 20 Summary Judgments. The three instances where summary judgment can now be granted are: Where the parties themselves submit to resolving the dispute by summary judgment Where
Chief Justice Warren K. Winkler of the Ontario Court of Appeal spoke at a dinner for the Women’s Law Association of Ontario. See more on Slaw. 2011 Bencher Election candidates in attendance included: Joan MacDonald John A Campion Tom Conway Laurie Pawlitza Chris Bredt Carl Fleck Anita Szigeti
Dr Eoin O’Dell of the School of Law at the Trinity College Dublin picked up on a post on Slaw by Omar Ha-Redeye about the Ontario Court of Appeal’s decision in Jaffer v. York University. He points out similarities between this case and another involving Andrew Coskery, a Irish student at the
Omar Ha-Redeye finished as a finalist in the Hicks Morley Hamilton Stewart Storie LLP Labour Law Advocacy Competition. The winners were Eric Grigg and Ben Howard. The case was an appeal of the Ontario Court of Appeal decision in Fraser v. Ontario, which is currently pending judgment at the Supreme