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High drama at Ontario’s Licence Appeal Tribunal

Tuesday, July 31, 2018 @ 11:56 AM | By Netanel Munk and Lanny Tuchmayer

Something is rotten in the state of Denmark.

Well, maybe not quite rotten. But consider the facts of a recent, real-life scenario: a Licence Appeal Tribunal (LAT) catastrophic determination decision that is then, internally, changed by a superior, which is then brought to the attention of the plaintiff through an anonymous note, who then brings an application before the Divisional Court to have the decision set aside. See, all the excitement of a Shakespeare play.

Call us paranoid, but personal injury lawyers collectively were aghast after...