On January 13, 2020, the Saskatchewan Court of Queen’s Bench cited “The Law of Limitations” on the Ontario Limitation Act’s discovery provisions in Cherkas v. Richardson Pioneer Limited.  

Dan is working on updating “Halsbury’s Laws of Canada – Limitation of Actions” for publishing in early 2021.

A recent update to Schnurr’s "Estate Litigation" loose-leaf cites Dan’s paper “The Limitation of Applications to Pass Accounts” (46 Adv. Q. 230).

Work has begun on the fourth edition of “The Law of Limitations” scheduled for publication in 2022 (yes, it really does take that long).

On April 24, 2020, the Superior Court delivered its decision in Angus Inc. v. Beretta Farms Brands Ltd., in which Dan acted as co-counsel to the plaintiff and successfully opposed a r. 21 motion

On April 8, 2020, the Supreme Court of Nova Scotia cited “The Law of Limitations” on the common law discovery rule in Low v. Nova Scotia Police Complaints Commissioner.

Dan was to present on developments in limitations law on March 30, 2020 at the Changes to the Automobile Insurance Regime and Applicable Limitations Principles conference presented by the Atlantic Provinces Trial Lawyers Association and the

On March 26, 2020, the New Brunswick Court of Appeal cited “The Law of Limitations” for its statement of discoverability in Province of New Brunswick v. Grant Thornton.

Mark Bland January 13, 2020 0 Comments

On February 25, 2020, the Ontario Superior Court cited “The Law of Limitations” on pleading discovery in reply in Anisman v. Drabinsky.  Dan discusses the decision in a post on “Under the Limit”.

Mark Bland November 8, 2019 0 Comments

On November 8, 2019, the Ontario Superior Court cited Dan’s article “Claims, Not Causes of Action: The Misapprehension of Limitation Principles” (48 Adv. Q. 165) in Kaynes v. BP, PLC to explain the distinction between

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