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Hello again for another week,

The Court of Appeal released a fair number of civil decisions this week on a variety of topics, but nothing groundbreaking. Perhaps the most interesting was a successful claim against a bank for knowing assistance of breach of trust on the part of a banking customer, which provides another example

Hello everyone,

The Court of Appeal released a number of civil decisions this week. Topics included family law, summary judgment, a settlement stemming from the finding of a mouldy piece of chicken found in a cereal box, a contractual disagreement with respect to oil and gas assets, MVA, bankruptcy and wrongful dismissal.

Have a great

Below are this week’s non-criminal Ontario Court of Appeal decisions.  There is an interesting administrative law decision in the labour context (EllisDon) involving the admissibility of business records and ancient documents which may be of interest to evidence law buffs in addition to lawyers practicing labour and administrative law.  The Mason Homes decision is a