Hello everyone. Below are summaries of this week’s Ontario Court of Appeal civil decisions (non-criminal). Topics covered include intellectual property, police liability, wrongful dismissal, occupier’s liability, and the oppression remedy under the Condominium Act.  In Bienstock v Adenyo, the Court of Appeal applied the Supreme Court’s 2006 decision in Pro Swing Inc v.

Good evening.  As usual, there were quite a few summary judgment cases dealt with by the Court of Appeal this week, several dealing with limitation periods, including in the areas of medical malpractice, defamation, slip and falls, and negligence.  There was also an interesting franchise law decision discussing the contract law doctrine of severance of

Hello everyone. It was a quiet week for the Court of Appeal. Topics covered in this week’s civil decisions (non-criminal) include: detention order reviews; determining whether orders are interlocutory or final; whether a motion for leave to appeal should be reopened; whether a court’s dismissal of a counterclaim on summary judgment was justified; limitation periods