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Top “5” Civil Appeals and the Top 5 historic events on September 19th

Dated: October 25, 2018

The Top 5 (actually Top 6) Court of Appeal decisions from October, as selected by this month’s Netletter author, Kirk Boggs, deal with the duty of care owed by auditors to shareholders, a jurisdictional issue arising in a custody dispute, a “mass termination” under the Employment Standards Act, 2000, alleged non-repair of a municipal road, and the Attorney General of Ontario’s motion for a stay pending appeal with respect to the order that Bill 5 – which changed the ward structure for Toronto’s 2018 municipal election – violated the Charter.

It turns out that four of the six decisions were released on September 19th. For your reading pleasure, Kirk unearthed five historic decisions or other things that occurred on that day.

Stuart Zacharias
Editor and Chair, Lerners Appeals Group

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