It is prudent to avoid being placed in a situation where you must defend your actions. Although an impatient driver behind you may insistently sound his horn, it is always better to wait. Readers might disagree, but the following case illustrates how you may be found partially at fault for a collision, having made a
In Clements v. Clements  S.C.J. No. 32 the Supreme Court of Canada examined causation where several possible causes, but only one tortfeaser, may have caused injury. The case presented an unusual set of facts and unusual circumstances. Most frequently, issues of causation arise when the court examines which of two or more tortfeasors caused
Gary Cohen gives presentation on An Historic Dragon Boating race in Israel. A PDF of his presentation is here. A link to the website with more information about Dragon Boat Israel can be found here.
The manufacturing business founded by the parents has been operating for 20 years and although successful is facing growing competition. The parents work in the business with 2 of their 4 children. Parents and children are shareholders of the company. The parents, in their capacity as directors, have decided to replace some aging manufacturing equipment