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Good afternoon everyone.

Following are this week’s summaries of civil decisions released by the Court of Appeal.  Topics covered included insurance, settlements, construction, debtor-creditor, contracts, real property, MVA and medical malpractice.

Wishing everyone a nice weekend and a Happy Easter to those of the Eastern Orthodox faith.

John Polyzogopoulos

Blaney McMurtry LLP
JPolyzogopoulos@blaney.com
Tel: 416.593.2953

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Topics covered by the Court of Appeal this week in its civil decisions included franchise law (duty of disclosure), employment law (WSIB and wrongful dismissal of dependent contractors), insolvency (statutory privilege of documents), debtor-creditor (capacity to execute guarantees), MVA (liability of automobile lessors), family law (property claims of unmarried common law spouses), contracts

Hello everyone,

There were a number of substantive civil law decisions released this week.  Blaney’s own Chris McClelland was successful for the respondents in Gill v CPNI Inc. where the Court of Appeal held that the respondents’ employment contracts did not authorize deductions from wages imposed by their former employer.  Congratulations to Chris on the