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Lauesen v. Silverman, 2016 ONCA 327

The Ontario Court of Appeal held that a solicitor’s negligence claim based on improvident settlement in a personal injury action was not discoverable until new counsel advised the plaintiff of it after obtaining an expert medical-legal opinion.

Top Five Highlights from Westerhof v. Gee Estate

On March 26, 2015, the Ontario Court of Appeal released its decision in Westerhof v. Gee Estate 2015 ONCA 206. Heard at the same time as the recently-released Moore v. Getahun, Westerhof has been championed by members of the Plaintiffs’ bar as a “big win for common sense” in the area of non-expert opinion evidence. As was the case with Getahun, Westerhof also attracted a …