Tag: St. Lawrence Barristers

Alexi Wood Contributes to the 2018 Edition of “Annual Review of Civil Litigation”

  • Posted by Jennifer Saville
  • On November 23, 2018
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St. Lawrence Barristers is delighted to announce the publication of “Common-Sense Causation: How a Robust and Pragmatic Application of the “But For” Test can Solve the Circular Causation Problem in Cases of Multiple Contributing Tortfeasors”, co-authored by Alexi Wood of St. Lawrence Barristers and Brooke MacKenzie of MacKenzie Barristers. The article appears in the 2018 […]
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Alexi Wood to Speak at Annual Ad Idem Conference

Alex Wood will speak about #metoo journalism at the annual conference of the Canadian Media Lawyers’ Association (“Ad IDEM”) on November 3rd in Montreal. At the annual conference, panelists will discuss recent developments in the law both in Canada and internationally. Ad IDEM is dedicated to the protection and enhancement of free expression in Canada […]
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Phil Tunley and Jennifer Saville Successfully Defend Disclosure Motion

Phil Tunley and Jennifer Saville successfully defended a motion seeking disclosure from the Ontario Energy Board.  In Rogers Communications Canada Inc. et al v The Ontario Energy Board, the Associate Chief Justice dismissed the appellants’ motion for disclosure entirely on the basis of relevance, applying a test derived from Harwig and CCSAGE as to whether […]
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CJFE and St. Lawrence Barristers To Host Panel on Engaging the Media

Canadian Journalists for Free Expression and St. Lawrence Barristers are excited to host the upcoming panel Engaging the Media in Your Client’s Interests. Panelists will lead a discussion among lawyers and journalists about press attention to legal cases. The panel will take place on September 27, 2018 at 5:30pm at The Albany Club. For more […]
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Alexi Wood Asked to Sit on the International Advisory Council for the University of Cincinnati College of Law

Alexi Wood is pleased to announce that she has been asked to sit on the newly created International Advisory Council for the University of Cincinnati College of Law. The International Advisory Council will guide the Law School in the implementation and expansion of its international programs, including the Law School’s international LLM program.
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Ontario Court of Appeal Affirms Cost-Sharing Mechanism Developed by the Ontario Energy Board

The decision of the Ontario Court of Appeal in Union Gas Limited v. Township of Norwich, in which Phil Tunley acted on behalf of the Ontario Energy Board as an intervenor, gives effect to a cost-sharing mechanism developed by the Board in its 1986 Report and Model Franchise Agreement, to allocate costs of gas pipeline […]
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