The trauma of a sexual assault or abuse, whether for adults, children, or even family members of the survivor, can leave all parties feeling isolated and hopeless. The Lerners Sexual Assault and Abuse Team wants every survivor and their family to have access to all the resources they need to begin down a path of healing.
Pre-judgment interest (“PJI”) on damages in historical sexual abuse cases involving plaintiffs who seek compensation […]
The Ontario Court of Appeal in its October 25, 2019 decision in MacLeod v. Marshall, 2019 […]
In 2017, Ontario’s legislature passed Bill 96, the Anti-Human Trafficking Act, 2017, which created for the […]
Concluding the sexual abuse and its impacts were “at the upper end of the worst-case […]
While the doctrine of vicarious liability is one of the more powerful legal tools to […]
In a recent decision from Ontario’s Court of Appeal (R v. Trinchi, 2019 ONCA 456), […]
Sexual abuse by Chaplain Keith Gleed, an Anglican priest, at Lakefield College School Prince Andrew […]