Christmas Party Liability: When Cousin Eddie Comes Over

By Carr Hatch

Christmas Party Liability When Cousin Eddie Comes Over Carr Hatch Cousin Eddie and his family will be staying with you yet again. He will bring his Rottweiler and his old RV will be parked in your driveway. You will host your usual Christmas party with family and friends attending. Cousin Eddie’s Eggnog and, since 2018 and the Cannabis Act, his endless supply of marijuana will … Continued

Social Host Liability Case Must Go To Trial

Law Times | by Alex Robinson, commentary by Leonard Kunka | March 20, 2017

Law Times logo Lawyers say a recent Ontario Superior Court decision leaves the door open for a possible finding of social host liability in certain circumstances. In Wardak v. Froom, the defendants, Stephen and Carol Froom, held a party for their son, Graeme, celebrating his 19th birthday in 2011. The plaintiff, Dean Wardak, who was 18 at the time, … Continued