The Honourable Frank Iacobucci has released a statement in connection with his appointment.
The Court of Appeal released six decisions in September which sent a message in support of free expression. The decisions were the first that interpret the anti-SLAPP regime in Ontario in the process strengthened the it toward freedom of expression on matters of public interest.
Lawyers Sarah Whitmore and Andrew Bernstein penned a piece which discusses the winners and losers of these decisions and articulates how they strengthen the tools available to defendants in SLAPP suits.
A suite of individual practitioners, as well as the firm as a whole, have been recognized in Chambers Canada's 2019 rankings.
Despite only a few sexual harassment and discrimination class actions having commenced in Canada, in the wake of the #metoo movement the risks for employers remains real and the need to mitigate this is as important as ever.
In this article we identify trends emerging from U.S. sexual harassment and discrimination class actions which are or could be making their way to Canada.
New York Partner David Mattingly spoke to the Globe and Mail about Canadian pension funds' attitude toward U.S. assets.
Read our latest Securities Defense Litigation Case Comment.
Torys has again taken out a number of categories at the LMG Life Sciences awards. Read more about the categories in which we were recognized.