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COVID Business Interruption Coverage Denial Upheld by ONCA

By Kathryn Orydzuk Background The appellants/plaintiffs appealed the June 5, 2023 decision of Penny J. of the Ontario Superior Court (Workman Optometry Professional Corporation v. Certas Home and Auto Insurance, 2023 ONSC 3356), which was heard by the Ontario Court of Appeal on June 12, 2024 (Workman Optometry Professional CorporationRead More

Denial of Fraudulent Insurance Claim Upheld on Appeal

By Jennifer Singh The Appeal in Legault v. TD General Insurance Company, 2024 ONCA 439, arose from a trial decision dismissing an action brought by Shelley Legault against TD Insurance Company (“TD”) relating to TD’s denial of Ms. Legault’s claim under her homeowner’s insurance policy following a fire at herRead More

Congratulations to Megan Chan and Eli Feldman!

Megan Chan and Eli Feldman have successfully completed their articling term with Rogers Partners LLP and will be joining the firm as associates following their call to the Bar in July. Megan and Eli will be excellent lawyers. We wish them continued achievement!Read More

OBA Anatomy of a Trial Conference

The Ontario Bar Association’s Anatomy of a Trial Conference is back by popular demand! It will be held on June 13 and 14, 2024, in person in Toronto and by webcast. Two of our lawyers are part of the stellar faculty. Stephen Ross will be moderating a demonstration of ClosingRead More

Keeping a Party in an Action Can (and Sometimes Should) Lead to Paying Costs

By Jordan Petruska In Zaza v. Toronto, 2024 ONSC 2931, the defendant, Beasley Enterprises Limited was ordered to pay costs to the co-defendant, The City of Toronto for keeping them in the action and failing to conform to the defence and indemnity provisions of their licence agreement. Background                                  This actionRead More

Farid Mahdi Joins Rogers Partners

Rogers Partners LLP is happy to announce that Farid Mahdi has joined the firm as an associate lawyer! Farid previously practiced at plaintiff and defence law firms, and has a thorough understanding of the thought process behind resolving and litigating claims from both the plaintiff and defence perspectives. Welcome Farid!Read More

The Applicability of a Pollution Exclusion in Determining the Duty to Defend

By Emily Vereshchak In Construction Distribution & Supply Company Inc. v. Continental Casualty Company (CNA Insurance), 2024 ONCA 405, the Court of Appeal analyzed the applicability of an exclusion clause in an insurance policy in relation to pollution liability. The appellant, Continental Casualty Company (“Continental”), appealed the decision of theRead More

Liability of Landlords for Dog Bites Occurring on Their Premises

By Erin Crochetière The Court of Appeal for Ontario recently considered the liability of landlords for dog bites occurring on premises they own, in the case of Walpole v. Crisol, 2024 ONCA 400. The appellants, the Walpole family, were visiting the home of the defendants, Tammy Brush and Larry Ostertag, whenRead More

Beware of the Surface – Statutory Defences Available for Municipalities

By Elizabeth Branopolski In the recent decision of the Ontario Superior Court of Justice, Hamilton-Dawkins v. Town of Ajax, 2024 ONSC 2152, the Court considered whether the Town of Ajax was able to rely on the statutory defences available under s. 44 of the Municipal Act to avoid liability. Background TheRead More

Rogers Partners Presents at OIAA Kawartha/Durham Spring Education Day

Thank you to the Ontario Insurance Adjusters Association Kawartha/Durham Chapter for inviting us to speak at their Spring Education Day. David Rogers, Jason Frost, Andrew Yolles, Meryl Rodrigues, and Antoinette Monardo presented at the seminar. It was great to see new and familiar faces!Read More

A Helpful Reminder about Pleadings

By Antoinette Monardo In Rivard v. Kingston Police, 2023 ONSC 6627, the Divisional Court simultaneously grappled with a motion to strike out an amended statement of claim, and a cross-motion for leave to amend the amended claim. Context On September 7, 2018, the plaintiff (respondent on appeal) was involved inRead More

Experts and Settlement Proposals Don’t Mix

By Cameron Allan A recent decision from the Ontario Superior Court of Justice serves as a reminder for counsel to carefully consider the types of documents being provided to their expert witnesses for the preparation of expert reports. In Simmermon v. Djoudad et. al., 2024 ONSC 2388, a motion judgeRead More

Brian Sunohara Speaking at Straight From The Bench Conference

One of our partners, Brian Sunohara, has been invited to speak at the Middlesex Law Association’s Straight from the Bench Conference 2024, which will be held on May 6, 2024 in London. The conference will feature six judges, including a keynote address by the Chief Justice of Ontario, The HonourableRead More

Bullying is Never Okay

By Celina Stoan Overview The case of Clancy v. Farid (liability decision reported at 2022 ONSC 947, and damages decision reported at 2023 ONSC 2750) involved 53 individually named plaintiffs and one defendant, Tanvir Farid. The plaintiffs resided in Canada, the United States and Ireland, and all but one wereRead More

Sebastian di Domenico Joins Rogers Partners

We’re pleased to announce that Sebastian di Domenico has joined Rogers Partners as an associate lawyer! Sebastian previously gained experience representing insurers in occupiers’ liability and automobile accident (tort and accident benefits) claims, and he also acted for plaintiffs in medical malpractice and a variety of personal injury cases. WelcomeRead More

2024 Practice Management Seminar & Dinner

Our lawyers and students gathered last week for our Practice Management Seminar. We hold this event each year as part of our ongoing training program. We discussed strategies for handling files at the initial stage, privilege disputes at discoveries, time management, delegating to support staff, and achieving milestones as lawyersRead More

Compelling Discovery and Striking Pleadings

By Riley Groskopf A recent motion was brought at the Superior Court of Justice regarding the producibility of individuals under disability for discovery, and the refusal of a party to do so. The motion decision in  Antczak v. Avakian, 2024 ONSC 1715 serves as a good reminder of the fundamentalRead More

Late Notice and Lack of Duty of Care: Dismissal of Municipality Trip and Fall Claim

By Nasra Esak In Marderosian v. City of Niagara Falls, 2024 ONSC 1043, the Corporation of the City of Niagara Falls brought a summary judgement motion to determine whether the plaintiff’s claim was barred for lack of timely notice, as well as whether it had a duty of care toRead More

Head of Canada’s Insurance and Banking Regulator Floats Backstop Fund to Mitigate Effects of Future Catastrophic Weather Events

By Michael Kryworuk In February 2024, Peter Routledge, head of the Office of the Superintendent of Financial Institutions (OSFI), spoke at the 2024 CatIQ Canadian Catastrophe Conference. For those perhaps unfamiliar with the organization, OFSI is Canada’s sole financial regulator over the banking system and the premier regulator of insuranceRead More

Cameron Allan Joins Rogers Partners

We’re very happy to welcome Cameron Allan to Rogers Partners LLP as an associate lawyer! Cameron practiced at a civil litigation firm in Thunder Bay before recently moving back to Southern Ontario. He handles a wide variety of personal injury and property damage claims.Read More

Stephen Ross and Jack Fitch Recognized as Leading Lawyers in Lexpert

Stephen Ross and Jack Fitch have been recognized by their peers for inclusion in the 2024 Canadian Legal Lexpert Directory. The identification of leading practitioners for the Lexpert Directory is based on a comprehensive annual survey. The lawyers named in the Lexpert Directory are acknowledged as leaders in their respective fields,Read More

Discharging a Jury: How Much Explanation is Required from a Trial Judge?

By Katrina Taibi Overview: In Penate v. Martoglio[1] the Court of Appeal concluded that when a trial judge discharges a jury, they must explain their reasons for doing so beyond conclusory remarks. Background Facts: The plaintiff, Norman Penate, was born on July 15, 1996 at St. Michael’s Hospital in Toronto. Read More

Driver’s Deception Ends in Denied Coverage

By Kathryn Orydzuk The decision in Wong v. Aviva Insurance Company of Canada, 2024 ONSC 1111, addresses an unusual scenario involving a denial of insurance coverage after the insureds lied about who was driving the defendant vehicle. Wong was the driver of a vehicle involved in an accident in 2019 withRead More

LAT TALES (Div. Ct. Edition): “Minor Injury” vs. “Subject to MIG Limits” and entitlement to s. 25 In-Home Assessments (and potentially, Attendant Care Benefits)

By Jennifer Singh This matter of Co-Operators Insurance Company v. Bennett[1] concerns an appeal by Co-operators General Insurance Company (“Co-Operators”) from a LAT decision which determined that the respondent, Helen Bennett, was eligible for funding for an attendant care benefit assessment, given that she had been removed from the MinorRead More

2024 Associates Appreciation Dinner

We had a wonderful time last night at the home of our senior partner, Stephen Ross, for our Associates Appreciation Dinner!Read More

Reasonable Evidence Must be Met Before a Jury Quantifies Special Damages

By Jordan Petruska Barry v. Anantharajah, 2024 ONSC 740, arose out of a motor vehicle accident where the plaintiff was hit by a motor vehicle while crossing a crosswalk. The plaintiff made a claim for special damages including loss of income, loss of competitive advantage and loss of earning capacity.Read More

Electronic Messages Between Spouses Have an “Extremely High” Expectation of Privacy

By Emily Vereshchak In Howell, McDonnell v. Freire, Aviva Insurance, Echelon Insurance, 2024 ONSC 586, the Court considered whether the time, expense, prejudice and volume of documents contained in months of private electronic messages between alleged spouses ought to be produced to determine if the plaintiff’s action was properly commencedRead More

An Expanded Approach to Vicarious Liability under the Highway Traffic Act

By Erin Crochetière The Court of Appeal for Ontario recently expanded the applicability of the vicarious liability provision outlined in s. 192(2) of the Highway Traffic Act in Desrochers v. McGinnis, 2024 ONCA 63. The case involved an accident whereby the plaintiff, Megan, was operating an ATV on a dirtRead More

To See or Not To See: Claiming For Damages After Witnessing Fatal Car Accident

By Elizabeth Branopolski In Bustin v. Quaranto, 2023 ONSC 5732, Vince Quaranto (“the defendant”) brought a motion to strike a claim brought by a bystander alleging personal injuries arising from witnessing a motor vehicle accident. The court determined the plaintiff alleged sufficient material facts in his claim to establish aRead More

Expert Opinions: Beware a Biased Expert

By Celina Stoan In Denman v. Radovanovic, 2022 ONSC 4401, following a July 18, 2022, mid-trial voir dire, Justice Ferguson ordered the defence’s expert Dr. Redekop excluded from testifying on the grounds of bias. The 35th paragraph of Her Honour’s decision reads “This is the first time I have doneRead More

Fridays with Rogers Partners

At our weekly meeting, Itai Gibli discussed the recent decision in Horvat v. Alam, 2024 ONSC 51. This decision concerned a disqualification motion, and the Superior Court analyzed whether a lawyer has a conflict of interest by acting as counsel of record in a litigation to which they (1) areRead More

Obtaining a Vexatious Litigant Order – The Process Matters

By Antoinette Monardo The Ontario Court of Appeal’s decision in Williams v. Tuck, 2023 ONCA 452  grapples with a particular issue concerning abuse of process, namely vexatious litigants, and sheds light on the process required to obtain a vexatious litigant order. Context The appellant, David Williams, commenced three actions inRead More

Fridays with Rogers Partners

At our weekly meeting, Samuel Pevalin discussed the recent decision of the Ontario Court of Appeal in Boal v. International Capital Management Inc., 2023 ONCA 840, in which the Court considered the criteria to establish an ad hoc fiduciary duty and whether a claim against the appellant’s financial advisor disclosed aRead More

Fridays with Rogers Partners

At our weekly meeting, Eli Feldman discussed the recent decision of the Ontario Court of Appeal (the “ONCA”) in Baker v. Blue Cross Life Insurance Company of Canada, 2023 ONCA 842, concerning the entitlement of a group disability insurance policy member to long-term disability benefits after suffering a sudden strokeRead More

Holiday Sweater Day

Our firm was looking festive today for Holiday Sweater Day! We wish everyone a safe and happy holiday season!Read More

“Mistaken Priority”: SABS Jurisprudence Inapplicable to Tort Liability Coverage Priority

By Riley Groskopf The Ontario Court of Appeal recently released its decision in BelairDirect Insurance Company v. Continental Casualty Company, 2023 ONCA 834. The decision addresses priority of coverage for motor vehicle accidents outside of the statutory accident benefits context, and issues of mistake. Context A vehicle leasing corporation calledRead More

Fridays with Rogers Partners

At our weekly meeting, Megan Chan discussed the recent decision Ovari v. Brant Community Healthcare System[1], in which the Court considered a motion to strike pleadings for failing to disclose a reasonable cause of action pursuant to Rule 21.01(1)(b). Notably, although the plaintiff was self-represented, the Court granted the defendants’Read More

The Importance of Raising Argument at the Court of First Instance to Preserve a Right of Appeal

By Erin Crochetière The Court of Appeal recently heard an appeal of a trial decision holding the defendant driver liable for a collision with a cyclist and granting over 2.5 million in damages, in Sanson v. Paterson, 2023 ONCA 798. The plaintiff, Ms. Geraldine Sanson, respondent on appeal, was aRead More

Fridays with Rogers Partners

At our weekly meeting, Itai Gibli discussed the recent decision of the Court of Appeal in SIR Corp v Aviva Insurance Company of Canada, 2023 ONCA 778. Facts During the COVID-19 pandemic, Canadian provincial governments and American state governments enacted emergency orders which prevented in-person dining at restaurants (“the Orders”).[1]Read More

When the Private Insurance Exception Does Not Apply

By Kathryn Orydzuk The Ontario Superior Court of Justice recently interpreted and applied the provisions of the Insurance Act intended to address double recovery and the private insurance exception in McCurdy, et al. v Maille, et. al., 2023 ONSC 6857. In the reasons on this post-trial motion regarding collateral benefits,Read More

2023 Holiday Party

A good time was had by all at our employee holiday party last Friday! It was great to get together in a festive atmosphere!Read More

Absences in Reasoning: Are They Legal Errors?

By Katrina Taibi On November 24, 2023, the Ontario Court of Appeal released its decision in Wasylyk v. Simcoe (County).[1] On January 12, 2011, Melinda Wasylyk was driving eastbound on Country Road 88, when she collided with a westbound vehicle operated by Darlene Wos, resulting in catastrophic injuries. Ms. WasylykRead More

Fridays with Rogers Partners

At our weekly meeting, Megan Chan discussed the recent decision Wu v. Di Iorio, 2023 ONSC 6417, in which the Court refused the applicant’s motion for disclosure of a copy of an online server. Background The background of this case involves a lengthy divorce dispute between the applicant, Nancy Wu,Read More

Tricks of the Trade 2024

The popular Tricks of the Trade conference by The Advocates’ Society will be held on January 26, 2024 at The Carlu in Toronto. Two partners from Rogers Partners LLP are involved in the event. Stephen Ross is a co-chair and will be moderating a panel on “Solving Delays in theRead More

Ontario Court of Appeal Closes the “Flood” Gates on Replacement Costs for Compliance with Subsequently-Enacted Bylaws/Regulations

By Michael Kryworuk On November 3, 2023, the Ontario Court of Appeal released its decision in Trillium Mutual Insurance Company v. Emond, 2023 ONCA 729, allowing an appeal from a lower court declaration that an insurer was required to fully cover the replacement costs of its insureds’ flooded property, inclusiveRead More

Fridays with Rogers Partners

At our weekly meeting, Eli Feldman discussed the recent rare split decision of the Supreme Court of Canada (the “SCC”) in R. v. Greater Sudbury (City), 2023 SCC 28, a case that dealt with a fatal accident and the proper interpretation of Ontario’s Occupational Health and Safety Act (the “OHSA”Read More

How Does an Exclusion Clause Affect the Insurer’s Duty to Defend?

By Jennifer Singh In Jack-O’s Sorts Bar v. US Liability Insurance Co., 2023 ONSC 5925, United States Liability Insurance Company (“the insurer”) brought a summary judgment motion to determine whether it had a duty to defend Jack-O’s Sorts Bar and the bar’s owner, Harold Douglas Eakins (“the insureds”), in aRead More

Fridays with Rogers Partners

At our weekly meeting, Itai Gibli discussed the recent decision of the Superior Court of Justice in Interpaving Limited v. Workplace Safety and Insurance Appeals Tribunal, 2023 ONSC 5162, which was an application for judicial review of the Workplace Safety and Insurance Appeals Tribunal’s decision in Decision No. 852/19. BeforeRead More

Happy Diwali!

November 10th marks the start of Diwali, the five day festival of lights celebrated by people of the Hindu, Sikh and Jain faiths. For Hindus, Diwali marks the beginning of the New Year, and is about the return of deities Rama and Sita after 14 years of exile. The festivalRead More

Cautions of Amending a Pleading with Newly Pleaded Facts and Causes of Action

By Jordan Petruska In Monster Snacks Inc. v. David, 2023 ONSC 6223, the plaintiff brought a motion to continue the claim and to amend a fresh statement of claim to particularize new allegations against the defendant. The Court granted an order to continue the claim, but dismissed the plaintiff’s motionRead More

Fridays with Rogers Partners

At our weekly meeting, Samuel Pevalin discussed the recent decision of the Ontario Court of Appeal in 2177546 Ontario Inc. v. 2177545 Ontario Inc., 2023 ONCA 693. In this decision, the Court applied the three-part test established in Celanese Canada Inc. v. Murray Demolition Corp., 2006 SCC 36 for when a partyRead More

When is an Extension for Time Contrary to the Interest of Justice?

By Nasra Esak In a recent decision of the Ontario Court of Appeal, Javid Estate v. Watson, 2023 ONCA 665, the Court of Appeal outlined the relevant factors Courts must consider when deciding on a motion for an extension of time to appeal. This decision serves as a reminder toRead More

Jack Fitch Joins Rogers Partners

We’re delighted to welcome Jack Fitch to Rogers Partners! Jack brings over 40 years of litigation experience to the firm. Certified as a specialist in Civil Litigation by the Law Society of Ontario since 1993, Jack has been frequently recognized by Lexpert as a leader in commercial insurance and personalRead More

Welcome Back Emily Vereshchak!

We’re delighted to announce the return of Emily Vereshchak from maternity leave. Today is Emily’s first day back with the firm, and she’s looking forward to reconnecting with clients and colleagues!Read More

Rogers Partners 2023 Client Party

We had a great time last night at our client party! Thank you to our clients for a memorable evening!Read More

Limitation Periods and Enforcing Orders of the Court

By Emmanuel Couture-Tremblay The recent decision of the Ontario Superior Court of Justice in Gregg v. Thurston, 2023 ONSC 5944, dealt with the applicability of a statutory limitation period to an order of the court. Overview In this case, Sandra Gregg and Lloyd Thurston entered into an agreement during theirRead More

Rogers Partners Hiring Associate Lawyers

Rogers Partners LLP is seeking associate lawyers to join our team. Interested candidates should have two to five years of litigation experience, preferably in the areas of insurance defence or personal injury. Since our founding in 1994, we have specialized in the defence of liability claims and handling insurance coverageRead More

Fridays with Rogers Partners

At our weekly meeting, Eli Feldman discussed the recent decision of the Superior Court of Justice in Singh et al. v. Braich, 2023 ONSC 5053, which concerned a motion that followed an examination for discovery gone awry. Background The underlying action arose out of a motor vehicle accident in JulyRead More

Foreseeability and Proximity v. Foreseeability and Remoteness – Similar, but Distinct

By Celina Stoan On May 4, 2023, the Ontario Court of Appeal heard the appeal of the Town of Milton from the judgment of Justice Mills, dated June 28, 2022, dismissing the third party claim of the Town. In its decision in Case v. Pattison, 2023 ONCA 529, the CourtRead More

Limitation Periods and a ‘Continuing Contravention’

By: Antoinette Monardo The Ontario Superior Court of Justice recently released its decision in Tyszko v. St. Catharines (City), 2023 ONSC 2892. This decision addresses the 2-year and 15-year ultimate limitation periods, and clarifies what constitutes a continuing contravention/continuing cause of action. Context In 2002, the City of St. CatherinesRead More

World Mental Health Awareness Day

Thank you to our Equity, Diversity and Inclusion Committee for enlightening us on issues related to mental health. Today is World Mental Health Awareness Day. The overall objective of this day is to raise awareness of mental health issues and, specifically, to unite people behind the theme “Mental health is aRead More

Fridays with Rogers Partners

At our weekly meeting, Itai Gibli discussed the recent decision of the Ontario Superior Court in Barry v. His Majesty the King in Right of Ontario, 2023 ONSC 4299. Overview The plaintiff brought an action against the Crown for damages arising from an alleged trip and fall. The Court dealtRead More

National Day for Truth and Reconciliation

Our Equity, Diversity and Inclusion Committee has provided our firm with information on National Day for Truth and Reconciliation, otherwise known as Orange Shirt Day. Prior to its recognition as a federal holiday, Orange Shirt Day began as a grassroots initiative by Phyllis Jack Webstad, a Northern Secwepemc from theRead More

Fridays with Rogers Partners

At our weekly meeting, Samuel Pevalin discussed the recent decision of the Divisional Court in Kellerman-Bernard v. Unica Insurance Company, 2023 ONSC 4423. Summary The Divisional Court ruled that an insured person is eligible to apply for catastrophic impairment (CAT) designation under the Statutory Accidents Benefit Schedule (“SABS”) whether or notRead More

Fridays with Rogers Partners

At our weekly meeting, Megan Chan discussed the recent decision of the Ontario Superior Court in Mohamud v. Juskey, 2023 ONSC 4414. This decision arose from a motion by the defendants to compel the plaintiff to attend a defence medical examination, and disclose the contents of her social media accounts.Read More

Punitive and Aggravated Damages Without a Main Claim? Think Again.

By Amanda Colarossi In Imeri et al v. Laidman et al, 2023 ONSC 5095, the plaintiff, who previously settled their accident benefits claim against Aviva (the priority insurer) attempted to bring a claim in punitive and aggravated damages against TD General Insurance (“TD”) for non-payment of accident benefits. TD broughtRead More

Rogers Partners Summer 2023 Newsletter

We’re pleased to present our Summer 2023 Newsletter. We hope you find the following topics to be of interest: Landlord Not Liable When Tenant’s Dog AttacksWhen is a Municipality Liable in a Motor Vehicle Accident?Weighing the Public Interest on Anti-SLAPP MotionsIs a Passenger Injured in a Stolen Vehicle Excluded fromRead More

Weighing the Public Interest on Anti-SLAPP Motions

By Emmanuel Couture-Tremblay The recent decision of the Ontario Superior Court of Justice in Armstrong v. Farahi, 2023 ONSC 5069 dealt with a motion to dismiss a defamation action as an impermissible SLAPP (Strategic Lawsuits Against Public Participation) lawsuit. Facts In this case, the defendant Amir Farahi wrote a ColumnRead More

Fridays with Rogers Partners

At our weekly meeting, Eli Feldman discussed the recent decision of the Ontario Court of Appeal in Beardwood et al. v. The City of Hamilton, 2023 ONCA 436. Introduction In Beardwood et al. v. The City of Hamilton, 2023 ONCA 436 (“Beardwood”), the Ontario Court of Appeal (the “ONCA”) consideredRead More

Defrauded Company Failed to Recover from Fraudster’s Wife

By Nasra Esak In Sase Aggregate Ltd. v. Langdon, 2023 ONCA 554, the Court of Appeal considered a defrauded company’s attempt to recover stolen funds not from the employee who committed the fraud, but from the employee’s spouse. The case recognizes the significance of proper tracing, knowledge, and the applicationRead More

Fridays with Rogers Partners

At our weekly meeting, Itai Gibli discussed the recent decision of the Ontario Divisional Court in Corion v. Plummer, 2023 ONSC 3249. Overview The Divisional Court heard an appeal of a Small Claims Court trial decision dismissing a defamation action brought by the appellant. The decision provides insight into howRead More

Landlord Not Liable when Tenant’s Dog Attacks

By Riley Groskopf The Ontario Superior Court of Justice recently released its decision on a summary judgement motion in Walpole v. Brush, 2023 ONSC 4869. The decision addresses the liability of a landlord for a dog bite on its premises, when the premises has been rented out to tenants. FactsRead More

Multiple Lawyers from Rogers Partners Recognized in The Best Lawyers in Canada

Rogers Partners LLP is pleased to announce that the following lawyers have been recognized in the 2024 edition of The Best Lawyers in Canada™:  Stephen Ross, Kevin Adams, Anita Varjacic, Brian Sunohara, David Rogers, and Jason Frost.Read More

The Evidentiary Burden for Seeking Examination of a Non-Party

By Michael Kryworuk On August 15, 2023, the Ontario Superior Court released its decision in Rupani v. Willett, 2023 ONSC 3743, dismissing a motion by the defendants in a motor vehicle accident claim, seeking leave of the Court for an examination of two non-parties. History of the Litigation: This caseRead More

Friday with Rogers Partners

At our weekly meeting, Megan Chan discussed the recent decision of the Ontario Court of Appeal in Ahluwalia v. Ahluwalia, 2023 ONCA 476. Overview: The Ontario Court of Appeal has overturned the Superior Court’s decision, in which the new tort of family violence was established. The Court of Appeal foundRead More