Morning Recess Education Law Newsletter

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October 2012

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Canada’s Top Court Rules that Specific Performance Not Required For All Land Deals and Duty to Mitigate Applies

Gillian Tuck Kutarna

Miller Thomson successfully defended the Toronto Catholic District School Board (TCDSB) before the Supreme Court of Canada in a recent decision involving a dispute over an agreement of purchase and sale. In 2004 Southcott Estates Ltd. entered into an agreement...

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Canada’s Top Court Rules Teacher’s Privacy Interest in Laptop Diminished Due to School Board Ownership of Computer and Workplace Policies Regarding Computer Use

The Supreme Court of Canada has released its much anticipated decision in R. v. Cole, a criminal law case primarily concerned with an accused child pornographer’s right to be secure against unreasonable search by the police under section 8 of...

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