Présentations et mémoires

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Gouvernement provincial

OBA Submission on the Proposed Amendments to Ontario Regulation 909 of the Pension Benefits Act: Removing Certain Requirements for Administrators of Defined Contribution Pension Plans

  • 23 novembre 2021

The Ontario Bar Association (“OBA”) appreciates the opportunity to make this submission to the Ministry of Finance (the “Ministry”) in respect of the proposed regulatory amendments to Ontario Regulation 909 (the “Regulation”) under the Pensions Benefits Act (“PBA”).

Gouvernement provincial, Autres

OBA Submission on the FSRA Innovation Office’s Innovation Framework

  • 18 novembre 2021

The Ontario Bar Association (OBA) appreciates the opportunity to provide a submission on the Financial Services Regulatory Authority of Ontario’s (FSRA)Innovation Framework

Droit des assurances, Droit des régimes de retraite et des avantages sociaux

Gouvernement provincial

Privacy Guidance on Facial Recognition for Police Agencies

  • 15 octobre 2021

The OBA provided a submission in response to the Canada’s federal, provincial and territorial privacy protection authorities consultation on guidance for police agencies with respect to their use of facial recognition technology.

Droit constitutionnel, libertés civiles et droits de la personne, Justice pénale, Droit des enfants et des jeunes et 2 en plus, Droit de la protection de la vie privée, Technologies de l'information et le droit de la propriété intellectuelle

Gouvernement provincial

OBA Submission on Modernizing Privacy in Ontario

  • 03 septembre 2021

The OBA provided a submission in response to the government's consultation on Modernizing Privacy in Ontario.

Droit des affaires, Droit des enfants et des jeunes, Droit de la protection de la vie privée et 1 en plus, Technologies de l'information et le droit de la propriété intellectuelle

Gouvernement provincial

Online Dispute Resolution and Tribunals Ontario

  • 30 juin 2021

Tribunals Ontario is in the process of developing an Online Dispute Resolution (ODR) system that will provide an opportunity for parties to engage exclusively online. While we applaud the continued advancement of technology by Tribunals Ontario, we recommend inclusion of five key hallmarks in the adoption of a successful ODR system, to ensure continued access to justice for all parties involved.

Droit administratif, Droit constitutionnel, libertés civiles et droits de la personne, Droit relatif à l’éducation et 1 en plus, Droit du travail et de l’emploi

Gouvernement provincial

Making the DRS decisions database publicly accessible

  • 14 juin 2021

The OBA recommended that Decisions Database of the Automobile Insurance Dispute Resolution Services (DRS), as operated by the Financial Services Commission of Ontario (FSCO) before disputes regarding Statutory Accident Benefits were moved to the jurisdiction of the License Appeal Tribunal (LAT) in April 2016 be migrated to CanLII so that they be publicly accessible.

Droit des assurances

Autres

Late Service of Expert Reports

  • 14 juin 2021

The OBA advocated for a culture shift that ends the practice of late service of expert reports by use of costs; expansion of mandatory mediation and making last minutes expert reports presumptively inadmissible in certain circumstances.

Litige civil, Droit des assurances

Gouvernement provincial

Expanding Mandatory WSIB Coverage to include PSWs and DSWs

  • 28 avril 2021

The OBA responded to the Ministry’s consultation to provide mandatory WSIB coverage of PSWs and DSWs. The OBA noted the benefits for PSWs and DSWs that such coverage would provide as well as certain legal issues that would need to be contemplated and addressed in such an expansion

Accidents de travail