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Expert Evidence: Key Cases, New Rules and New Realities

February 1, 2013|  By:  Troy Lehman

One of the basic rules of the law of evidence is that witnesses may not give opinion evidence.1  ...

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The Latest Word from FSCO and Judges on Relevant Facebook Production Issues

January 1, 2013|  By:  Liane Brown, Oatley Vigmond,

Introduction Social networking has become a worldwide phenomenon. Rare is the client in 2012 who...

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Courts Ignore Rules for Lump Sum Discount Rates

February 5, 2012|  By:  Roger G. Oatley

When assessing future pecuniary losses a court will award a lump sum to compensate the Plaintiff....

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Causation

September 3, 2011|  By:  Adam R. Little

When someone makes a mistake, the law refers to this as “negligence”.  For example, a driver...

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Preparing an Expert Witness for Trial

June 1, 2011|  By:  Oatley Vigmond

Almost every witness who is called at a trial is there to testify because they have participated...

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Bankruptcy Personal Injury Claims after Morasch and Conforti

August 30, 2010|  By:  Robert M. Durante

Many personal injury actions include a significant claim for income loss, future loss of earning...

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The Abdallah Case: How Far is too Far?

August 23, 2010|  By:  Adam R. Little

“A jury trial is a fight and not an afternoon tea.” That observation from a 1915 decision...

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Representing a Minor Plaintiff in a Personal Injury Action

June 22, 2010|  By:  Oatley Vigmond

A lawyer who represents a minor plaintiff in a personal injury action must balance his or her duty...

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Liability for Swimming Accidents: Plaintiffs Have Many Avenues to Recover Damages

May 26, 2009|  By:  Roger G. Oatley

Every summer, many people across Canada suffer tragic catastrophic brain and spinal cord injuries...

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Boundaries of Closing Arguments – How to avoid crossing the line

April 26, 2008|  By:  Oatley Vigmond

"A jury trial is a fight and not an afternoon tea". This remark from a 1915 Ontario decision...

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