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28 Feb 2024, 5:12 pm by Earl Drott
While there are grounds for vacating unfavorable verdicts in car accident cases, courts do not grant such requests lightly, as demonstrated in a recent Texas case, Mark Mandel v. [read post]
11 Feb 2024, 11:44 am by Tobin Admin
When working, she’d park at the off-site employee parking lot and take a shuttle that the bus company owned and operated. [read post]
6 Feb 2024, 5:00 am by Written on behalf of Peter McSherry
Company Terminates Long-Term Employee for Dishonesty In the recent Ontario Superior Court of Justice case of Lagala v Patene Building Supplies Ltd., the plaintiff employee, “SL”, had been the Health, Safety and Training Manager for the defendant (“Pantene”), for more than 13 years when Patene terminated her employment for cause on December 18, 2019. [read post]
6 Feb 2024, 5:00 am by Written on behalf of Peter McSherry
Company Terminates Long-Term Employee for Dishonesty In the recent Ontario Superior Court of Justice case of Lagala v Patene Building Supplies Ltd., the plaintiff employee, “SL”, had been the Health, Safety and Training Manager for the defendant (“Pantene”), for more than 13 years when Patene terminated her employment for cause on December 18, 2019. [read post]
4 Feb 2024, 4:40 pm by INFORRM
On the same day, the court heard the defendant’s application to strike out the case of Vince v Associated Newspapers Limited KB-2023-003818. [read post]
18 Dec 2023, 4:25 am by Peter J. Sluka
  In some cases, Courts enforce the stale Schedule A as written: In Estate of Connie Collins v. [read post]
4 Dec 2023, 2:21 am by INFORRM
Last week in the courts Between 27 November and 1 December 2023, Collins Rice J continued to hear the trial in the case of Blake v Fox. [read post]
20 Sep 2023, 8:46 am by Mark Ashton
The Superior Court describes this as a 15 year odyssey of continuing custody litigation. [read post]
16 Aug 2023, 10:59 am by Stuart Tubis
If the lawsuit was filed in California Superior Court, you have 30 days to respond; if it was filed in U.S. [read post]