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Top 5 Civil Appeals and the Top 5 ways to learn more about Sir Winston Churchill

Dated: March 20, 2018

For the Top 5 Court of Appeal decisions from February, the selections by this month’s Netletter author, Carolyn Brandow, deal with the ongoing search for a definitive formulation of what constitutes a final versus interlocutory order, the standard of review for arbitral decisions resolving priority disputes arising from the statutory accident benefits regime under the Insurance Act, an application by a commercial tenant for a declaration of wrongful distraint of assets, whether a claim for contribution and indemnity constitutes “property” of a bankrupt that vests in the Trustee, and the inclusion of deferred bonus payments in the calculation of damages for wrongful dismissal.

Carolyn also provides her Top 5 ways to learn more about Sir Winston Churchill.

Stuart Zacharias
Editor and Chair, Lerners Appeals Group

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