Limitation of Actions With Respect to Claims of Professional Negligence Where Counsel’s Litigation Strategy is Impugned
Ameliorative Efforts Will Not Delay Discovery Indefinitely
Corporate Attribution and the Law of Limitations in the Bankruptcy Context
Court of Appeal for Ontario Addresses the “Appropriate Means” Aspect of the Limitations Analysis
When Does a Claimant Know About Damages in a Solicitor’s Negligence Claim?
No Second Round in the Ring on Limitation Issue
The Limitations Act, 2002 Does Not Distinguish Between Meritorious and Non-Meritorious Claims
A Limitation Period is Not Automatically Extended Until Professional Advice is Obtained
Ontario Court of Appeal Upholds Judgment Finding that Limitation Period for Arbitration of Issues Relating to Corporate Dispute Had Not Expired
No Due Diligence, No Problem: Ontario Court Applies Misnomer in Personal Injury Claim
Divisional Court Summarizes the Key Principles in a Misnomer Analysis
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