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  • 10 day notice periodApril 17, 2018

    “Sprinter” hit us this weekend. The ice storm in Toronto and the surrounding areas has resulted in cold, snow and ice. These conditions unfortunately increase the number of incidents occurring on municipal property, such as slip and falls on the sidewalk. Section 44(10) of the Municipal Act, 2001, m … Read more »

  • Scheduling Mediation in a Climate of DelayMarch 2, 2018

    A challenge currently facing the Plaintiff personal injury bar are the delays in obtaining a trial date. Personal injury plaintiffs who are injured, unable to work and require ongoing, expensive medical care now face significant wait times prior to the resolution of their case. At Bogoroch & Associa … Read more »

  • Looking Back, Moving Forward on a New YearJanuary 25, 2018

    We would like to wish our clients a Happy New Year. As we set our goals for 2018, we would like to reflect on all that we have accomplished the past year. Having celebrated our 18th Anniversary, we are especially proud of the important cases we litigated and the clients for whom we helped obtain the … Read more »

  • Sunrise Propane Explosion Class Action SuitAugust 14, 2017

    Originally posted: August 13, 2008 Updated: September 12, 2012 September 12, 2012 On July 23, 2012, Justice Horkins certified the Sunrise Propane action as a class action. Justice Horkins’ decision can be viewed here. (Acrobat [PDF] file, ~2.1 Mb) The order requires notice of the certification to be … Read more »

  • Nuts & Bolts: Municipal Notice & Limitation PeriodsMarch 22, 2017

    Introduction The 10-day notice periods proscribed by the Municipal Act, 2001[i] and the City of Toronto Act, 2006[ii], have been judicially referred to as “very unfair”[iii] and “unreasonable”[iv]. Nonetheless, failure to meet the notice requirement in an action against a municipality can be fatal t … Read more »