Category Archives: Legal Issues

Equitable Damages

Equitable compensation is different from common law damages for breach of contract or tort because it attempts, with money, to make restitution to the injured party and is not fettered by the common law doctrines of forseeability and remoteness. So … Continue reading

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Obtuse

In relation to “Maybe Yes, Peut-Être“, Neil Remington Abramson commented as follows: You’d have to be a bilingual lawyer, with time on your hands, to figure this one out. Screens and screens of French followed by screens and screens of … Continue reading

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Maybe Yes, Peut-Être

Extrait de Ferme Alain Dufresne: Ferme Alain Dufresne inc. c. Canada (Agence canadienne d’inspection des aliments), 2015 CRAC 6 Ferme Alain Dufresne Inc. c. Canada (Canadian Food Inspection Agency) 2015 CART 6 With English translation following… Contrôle judiciaire de la … Continue reading

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Ting Ting Tam

The original Tribunal decision is here. The Federal Court of Appeal decision, reversing the Tribunal and requiring the Tribunal to reconsider, is here. The second Tribunal decision, on reconsideration, is here. Various commentaries and news reports may be found here, … Continue reading

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Anti to Anti

In terms of anti-Muslim sentiments being the new North American anti-Semitism? While in the Arab world, anti-Semitism seems sometimes institutionalized? The CBC story: Quebec judge wouldn’t hear case of woman wearing hijab The comments to the CBC story involve a … Continue reading

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Maybe not quite…

Person at law firm said “Read about you in Maclean’s“. Didn’t know. Knew soon enough: Court case tackles the question: Where’s the beef? Talk about a food fight: A sprawling legal case about a traveller’s ‘candy’ threatens to open a … Continue reading

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