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Gov. DeWine appoints Toledo protection legal professional to Lucas Co. Court docket of Widespread Pleas

Gov. DeWine appoints Toledo defense attorney to Lucas Co. Court of Common Pleas

Eric Marks, originally from Toledo, was on a missionary trip after high school interested in the legal profession and the plight of the disenfranchised. TOLEDO, Ohio – Ohio Governor Mike DeWine named Toledo-born defense attorney Eric Marks to a vacant seat in the Lucas County Common Pleas Court this week. The seat was vacated by … Read more

Six attorneys are operating for Bucks County Court docket of Frequent Pleas

Stephen Corr of Warrington is a candidate for a seat on the Bucks County Court of Common Pleas in the May primary.  As a Republican, he's crossed both Democratic and Republican tickets.

The new political season is starting quickly as six candidates have already fought for a seat on the Bucks County Court of Common Pleas. Four Democrats and two Republicans announced their candidacy for the Pennsylvania primary on May 18, which allows judicial candidates to run as a show of impartiality on both tickets. After February … Read more

B.C. Court docket of Attraction confirms there isn’t any “federal widespread legislation” privateness tort, however suggests the existence of a provincial privateness tort is an “attention-grabbing query”

The evolution of Vicarious Liability for intentional torts - Lexology

For the past two decades, the courts of British Columbia have found time and again that British Columbia has a similar legal cause of action under the Privacy Act, RSBC 1996, c. 373. In Tucci v Peoples Trust Company, 2020 BCCA 246, the appellate court confirmed that there is no separate federal common law privacy … Read more

Court docket of Enchantment for British Columbia may acknowledge widespread regulation tort of breach of privateness

The evolution of Vicarious Liability for intentional torts - Lexology

In Tucci v Peoples Trust Company, 2020 BCCA 246 (“Tucci”), the British Columbia Court of Appeals has signaled that it may be prepared to recognize a common law tort for invasion of privacy. Since the British Columbia Privacy Act already provides for a tort of “willful” invasion of privacy, it is unclear what a common … Read more