"At the outset I can advise that I would dismiss Ontario’s appeal. The issues on appeal are three basic elements of a negligence action: duty of care; breach of the standard of care; and causation of damage."
Prosecutors and regulatory agencies in the United States, the United Kingdom, and elsewhere around the world have set expectations that, in order to maximize the prospect of receiving cooperation credit (including any associated reduction in monetary penalties), the voluntary disclosure of corporate wrongdoing must be made timely, genuinely, and in good faith. The U.S. government, […]... Continue Reading →
Republished Citation follows // Emphasis added Citation: Eastwood Square Kitchener Inc. v Value Village Stores, Inc., 2017 ONSC 832 (CanLII), <http://canlii.ca/t/gxch2>, retrieved on 2017-03-27  In this action, there are cross-motions for summary judgment. The action commenced in 2011. There have been examinations for discovery. A pre-trial is scheduled for... Continue Reading →