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Tort of civil fraud requires proof of inducement, Supreme Court rules

The Supreme Court recently redefined the requirements to establish the tort of civil fraud (or tort of deceit) and held that proof that the defendant induced the plaintiff to act ... [more] Full article

Short and Sweet: SCC Clarifies Summary Judgment Rules, Judicial Powers

The Supreme Court of Canada recently clarified how motion judges should exercise their fact-finding and summary judgment powers under rule 20.04(2.1) and (2.2) of the Rules of Civil Procedure. In ... [more] Full article

Letter to Dental College body protected by absolute privilege

In a recent decision, the Ontario Superior Court of Justice has made it clear that professionals who are the subject to defamatory statements made during disciplinary proceedings that merely repeat allegations made in the initial complaint cannot sue the maker of such statements – no matter how false and egregious the statements might be and no matter how malicious their intent. [more] Full article

Shareholder/director not liable for “presumptive benefit” or “duty to explain”

Major shareholders and directors of corporation are not liable for torts of the corporation because they “presumptively benefit” from those torts, or because of a duty to be aware of, ... [more] Full article