Gyorffy v. Drury, 2013 ONSC 1929 – Plaintiff Allowed to Give Corroborating Evidence On Threshold Issue
Oatley, Vigmond has represented the Ontario Trial Lawyers Association (OTLA) in several important cases where OTLA intervened on behalf of injured people in Ontario. OTLA was formed in 1991 by lawyer acting for injured plaintiffs. Their goal is to promote access to justice, advocate for safety initiatives, and protect the rights of injured people. Oatley Vigmond recently represented OTLA as an intervener in the following case, which was appealed to the Divisional Court of Ontario.
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