January 2024

As discussed in our recent Walker Law Blog post and by Tanya on CBC Television, conducting thorough research about those you intend to sue is a critical part of the litigation process in order to protect your interests and minimize potential losses. It is imperative that one understands the prospect of ultimately collecting funds and...
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Do banks owe people who are not yet their customers any responsibilities, which may be called a duty of care? A recent decision made by the Ontario Superior Court of Justice (“ONSC”) suggests that yes, they do. A 2021 ONSC case titled McDonald and Dickson v TD Bank, 2021 ONSC 3872 (“McDonald”), states that a...
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Introduction The Working for Workers Act[1] is legislation by the Ontario government that amends various Ontario legislation in an attempt to providegreater protections and benefits to employees, particularly those in low-wage employment. On November 14, 2023, the Ontario government introduced Bill 149, Working for Workers Four Act, 2023.[2] This Bill, if passed, would drastically expand...
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Imagine a scenario: after years in the civil litigation system, your trial finally concludes. A few months later, you discover that you won your case. Congratulations! You won the right to exclusive possession of your investment property; the court has confirmed you are the legal and beneficial owner. What’s more, you won the right to...
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Security for Costs in Ontario: What You Need to Know
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When to Let an Employee Go: Establishing Just Cause
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Freezing Assets to Recover from an Evasive Fraudster: The Mareva Injunction
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A Bank’s Duty When Opening an Account
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New Developments in Ontario Employment Law via the Working for Workers Four Act, 2023
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