The duty to defend is broad. The category of evidence that can be considered in determining that duty remains quite narrow.
The tort of “harassment in internet communications” has arrived in Ontario!
What happens when a court finds an employee has no chance of success in privacy claim against their employer?
Ontario has passed a Bill that will require written notice before a personal injury claim, caused by a slip and fall in snow or ice, can be made.
After a practicum student accessed personal health records of an ex-partner and his new girlfriend on numerous occasions, the Alberta Court ordered a fine of $6,000.00, along with community service.
A man tells the privacy commissioner that his former spouse sent and downloaded private and confidential work documents to his email and personal home computer.
A recent Court of Appeal decision potentially invalidating termination clauses in contracts of employment represents an opportunity to plan for change and not to panic.
Did an insurer owe a duty to defend a martial arts school for claims arising from a sexual assault of a student?
Can Ontario’s Insurance Act compel an insurer, who does business in Ontario, to pay Ontario benefits under an auto policy issued in another jurisdiction, when the accident occurs in the other jurisdiction?
Silent cyber and the duty to defend. Insurers still struggling to exclude cyber and privacy coverage from liability policies.