A Canadian Model for Bridging the Private Governance of Online Speech in the Wake of New Privacy Proposed Legislation

We are witness to a parallel or alternate dimension where the constitutional rights democratic nations have toiled to enshrine and interpret, including freedom of speech, can be effectively – and imperceptibly – bypassed. While this situation prevailed prior to COVID-19, …

Scales of Justice: Balancing Privacy Rights With Surveillance Economy

“Minds have been opened and changed over the past few months,” legal author and commentator Richard Susskind wrote in a 2020 article titled The Future of Courts. “Many assumptions have been swept aside.” The global pandemic has forced lawyers and …

Employee Wins Pre-Trial Procedural Point on Pleadings

By Daniel Standing LL.B., Editor, First Reference Inc.  The Ontario Superior Court of Justice put forward several motions in a wrongful dismissal case, Kaminsky v. Janston Financial Group, 2020 ONSC Number 5320 (CanLII) via Zoom in August. The parties ended …