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New Tort Of Harassment Acknowledged By Ontario Courtroom Following “Extraordinary Marketing campaign Of Malicious Harassment” – Employment and HR

"Publicity Placing The Plaintiff In A False Light" Is The Newest Privacy Tort In Ontario - Privacy

Canada: New tort of harassment recognized by Ontario Court after “Exceptional Malicious Harassment Campaign” February 08, 2021 Bereskin & Parr LLP To print this article, all you need to do is be registered or log in to Mondaq.com. A new civil harassment in Internet communications in Ontario was recognized in a decision by the Ontario … Read more

Ontario Acknowledges Tort Of On-line Harassment – Employment and HR

"Publicity Placing The Plaintiff In A False Light" Is The Newest Privacy Tort In Ontario - Privacy

In Caplan v. Atas1, the Superior Court of Justice recognized a new common law tort of online harassment. This case reflects a departure from a recent decision of the Court of Appeal for Ontario which overturned the recognition of a common law tort of harassment2. What you need to know The defendant in this case had … Read more

Ontario Acknowledges The Tort Of On-line Harassment – Litigation, Mediation & Arbitration

"Publicity Placing The Plaintiff In A False Light" Is The Newest Privacy Tort In Ontario - Privacy

In Caplan v. Atas1, the Superior Court of Justice recognized a new common law tort of online harassment. This case reflects a departure from a recent decision of the Court of Appeal for Ontario which overturned the recognition of a common law tort of harassment2. What you need to know The defendant in this case … Read more

New Tort of Harassment Acknowledged by Ontario Courtroom Following “Extraordinary Marketing campaign of Malicious Harassment”

The evolution of Vicarious Liability for intentional torts - Lexology

A new civil harassment in Internet communications in Ontario was recognized in a decision by the Ontario Supreme Court on January 28, 2021. The decision in Caplan against Atas (2021 ONSC 670) concerns four lawsuits against a person named Nadire Atas (“Atas”) for defamation, harassment and related claims. From the start of the decision, it … Read more

Ontario courtroom clarifies regulation for the graduation of limitation intervals for prosecutorial torts

The evolution of Vicarious Liability for intentional torts - Lexology

In MacKinnon’s recent ruling v Halton Regional Police Services Board et al., 2020 ONSC 6908, the Ontario Supreme Court dismissed a plaintiff’s motion for summary judgment for initiation outside the two-year statute of limitations. The BLG represented the defendants. background On September 6, 2014, the plaintiff, Robert MacKinnon, was charged with three alleged fraudulent transfers. … Read more

“Publicity Inserting The Plaintiff In A False Mild” Is The Latest Privateness Tort In Ontario – Privateness

"Publicity Placing The Plaintiff In A False Light" Is The Newest Privacy Tort In Ontario - Privacy

Canada: “Advertisement That Misleads the Plaintiff” is the latest data breach in Ontario Labor, Employment and Human Rights Bulletin | HR room To print this article, all you need to do is be registered or log in to Mondaq.com. What happened? A couple married in 2000 and had two children, ages nine and twelve. In … Read more

“Publicity Inserting the Plaintiff in a False Mild” is the Latest Privateness Tort in Ontario

The evolution of Vicarious Liability for intentional torts - Lexology

What happened? A couple married in 2000 and had two children, ages nine and twelve. In 2016, the couple separated and the mother left Canada with her children for the UK. This departure sparked years of litigation for the couple, including the Hague Proceedings for the Children’s Return to Canada and a family law dispute … Read more