Breach of Contract: Ontario vs. IBM

The government of Ontario has locked horns with tech giant IBM in a breach of contract lawsuit launched recently in Superior Court by the Ministry of Transportation. The lawsuit revolves around the terms of an $18.9 million contract based on a tender won by IBM to retool the online licensing and registration system used by … Read More…

Benefit for Motor Vehicle Accident Victim

Earlier this spring, a man was involved in a horrific motor vehicle accident in the GTA. The single father was involved in a serious motor vehicle accident at the end of March when the van he was driving crashed into a tree at an intersection in Scarborough. The van burst into flames and the unfortunate … Read More…

Drunk Driver Faces Deportation

Roman Luskin, a Toronto resident, faces deportation along with the 8 year sentence he’s received on charges stemming from a horrific motor vehicle accident that caused the deaths of three people and seriously injured others in 2009. Mr. Luskin was going a whopping 200km per hour in his BMW when he hit a van near … Read More…

The Role Negligence Plays in Personal Injury Law

Negligence is an extremely broad body of law that can be implicated in almost any circumstance, from criminal matters to traffic accidents and even to professional malpractice. Negligence is defined in the legal context as a failure to exercise the care that a reasonably prudent person would in similar circumstances. In other words, negligence refers to carelessness, … Read More…

Province Calls Snowy Driving a Breach of Contract

When does snowfall collide with breach of contract law? It seems to happen every year. At that first, dreaded snowfall of the year in the GTA, it seems like everyone has taken leave of their good sense when it comes to driving and no one seems to remember how to navigate those snowy, slippery roads. … Read More…

Ontario Government to Change Accident Benefits – Again

The Ontario provincial government under the ruling Liberal party is planning on making more changes to the Insurance Act when it comes to accident benefits and other coverage issues for automobile drivers. Perhaps most disappointing is what they don’t plan on doing – which is mandating lower private passenger auto premium rates. Among the major … Read More…