Dismissal of Breach of Contract Suit Upheld

Renowned Ojibway artist Norval Morisseau is known as ‘the Picasso of the North’ and his vibrant paintings are steeped in the iconography of his Aboriginal culture. Since his death in 2007, many of his purported works have also been embroiled in challenges to their authenticity. A few years ago, a Toronto gallery sold what it … Read More…

Accident Benefits: An Update on the Law

The law is never a fixed or static principle; it evolves with the passage of time and cases through the courts. Ontario’s auto insurance laws have provided for Accident Benefits for decades but the provincial government tinkered with the schedule of payments – i.e. what is payable and for how much – in recent years … Read More…

Ontario Man Fights Disability Insurance Denial

When you are working, your disability insurance benefits may come from various sources. Some plans are company paid while others are essentially paid by the employee. An Ontario man was covered by his union’s long term disability insurance when he fell ill with a chronic and potentially fatal blood disorder. He was denied both short … Read More…