The COVID-19 pandemic forced millions across the province to work or study from home. In order to use videoconferencing or virtual classrooms, a stable internet connection is needed. While the internet has become an indispensable tool for most Ontarians, we are all well-aware of how it can also be used to harm others. The law … Continue reading Publicly Placing A Person In False Light
In a previous article, I wrote about the development of the tort of harassment. A link to this article can be found here. However, earlier this year, the Court of Appeal reversed the lower court's decision and concluded that there is no basis at this time to recognize a new cause of action based on harassment. … Continue reading Revisiting the Tort of Harassment
The Supreme Court of Canada's decision in Honda Canada Inc. v. Keays, 2008 SCC 39, underscored the importance of employment lawyers being well-versed in personal injury or tort litigation. In this decision (at paragraph 59), the court clarified that moral damages arising from the manner of dismissal can include damages for mental distress, damages that generally flow … Continue reading Income Damages Awards – What is the Difference?