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  • Nick Poon Comments on Anti-Black Racism in Commercial Lease Dispute for The Lawyer’s Daily

    Nick Poon was recently asked to comment on the Ontario Superior Court of Justice decision in Elias Restaurant v. Keele Sheppard Plaza Inc., 2020 ONSC 5457. The Lawyer’s Daily article is found here: Court cites ‘prejudices’ to Black tenants in overturning landlord’s eviction bid. In this case, the te … Read more »

  • Arbitration Without an Arbitration Clause | When Can I Arbitrate?

    When Is Arbitration Available? An agreement to refer or submit disputes to arbitration may be made before a dispute arises or after a dispute has arisen. Arbitration Clause and Standalone Agreement to Submit Disputes to Arbitration An agreement to arbitrate typically appears as an arbitration clause … Read more »

  • Employment Arbitrator | Reasonable Fees and Good Availability

    David Alderson, LL.B, LL.M, Q.Arb – Employment Arbitrator Arbitrator Experience David Alderson is an experienced, independent and qualified arbitrator. He has been appointed as arbitrator by the Ontario Superior Court of Justice to adjudicate disputes. David accepts appointment as an employment disp … Read more »

  • Online Defamation and Use of Pseudonyms

    Online Defamation (“Cyber Libel”) Many of our defamation matters come from the internet. These cases take many forms, from defamatory articles, to social media posts, to negative reviews of a business or person. Courts have recognized that online defamation or “cyber libel” is far more perverse than … Read more »

  • Toronto Defamation Lawyers – Libel and Slander Law in Ontario

    Defamation is the tort of false publication (whether written or oral). Typically, a publication which tends to lower a person’s reputation in the opinion of reasonable members of society, or to expose a person to hatred, contempt or ridicule, is defamatory and will attract liability. The major piece … Read more »