January 10, 2019

The LPF case law series will look at interference with economic relations in our third installment.

Even v. El Al Israel Airlines

January 9, 2019

The national rental report courtesy of rentals.ca and Bullpen Research suggest that rent in Toronto for 2019 is set to increase 11%. This massive surge would bring the average monthly rent to $2600.00 for a two-bedroom apartment. The growing rent in Toronto has pushed...

January 8, 2019

The second case in the LPF Blog case law series is a case that will help explain limitation periods and the Limitations Act.

Lettieri v. CIBC Mortgages Inc.

January 7, 2019

The Ontario Provincial Police has issued a statement indicating that drinking coffee or checking on kids in the back seat will not constitute distracted driving under the new penalty regime. In an informative article, CTV reviews the changes for 2019 and indicates thes...

January 5, 2019

An interesting article regarding the "itsy bitsy teenie weenie very litigious bikini" was published in the New York Times last week. The story takes twists and turns but includes many legal concepts such as copyrights. For a good and informative read, click here.

January 3, 2019

The Ontario government implemented new, aggressive, and very costly increases to distracted driving penalties. This includes the "texting and driving" tickets that have seen a dramatic rise over the last year. The fine will double to $1,000.00 and include a suspension...

January 1, 2019

The Ontario fire laws will be updated as of January 1, 2019. Of importance are some key changes include Care Homes as they must be equipped with automatic sprinkler systems;

CTV Barrie covered this area in a video, which can be viewed here.

December 31, 2018

The LPF Blog will begin a  series of posting cases that can be helpful to you in understanding the law and winning lawsuits in Small Claims Court. The first case in the series revolves around adjournments in Small Claims Court.

Win2 Management Inc. v. Metropolitan Toron...

December 31, 2018

2019 will usher in a number of new laws that will effect Ontarians. Our blog will focus more in depth on specific changes in coming blog posts. For a general overview of the changes, click here.

Another valuable article, by Macleans, can be viewed here.

December 29, 2018

Toronto has been hit by the "taxi scam". Essentially taxi drivers are swapping out people's credit cards and racking up charges. In the case at found here, a woman lost $3600.00 in the scam.

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