The Arbĭtror Blog

Arbĭtror is Latin for "to think" or "to consider."  This section of our website is dedicated to blogging, commenting, articles, general posts, and any other manifestation of our meandering legal thoughts.

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If everyone is thinking alike, then no one is thinking.

- Benjamin Franklin

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Grigoras Law - London, Ontario General Practice Lawyers - Contract Formation Basic Training
Contract Law

Contract Formation – Basic Training

Welcome to basic training in contract formation. When we think of contracts, we think of lengthy written agreements containing fine print and legal mumbo-jumbo. Most


Grigoras Law - London, Ontario General Practice Lawyers - Dog Bites
animal law

Dog Bites

Before the introduction of Ontario’s Dog Owners’ Liability Act, the common law dealt with dog bites/attacks on the basis of scienter (knowledge) or negligence. Scienter


Claims Against Cryptoasset Trading Platforms

Claims Against Cryptoasset Trading Platforms

 On March 29, 2021, the CSA and IIROC issued Joint CSA/IIROC Staff Notice 21-329: Guidance for Crypto-Asset Trading Platforms: Compliance with Regulatory Requirements (“SN 21-329”)


Grigoras Law - London, Ontario Civil Litigation Lawyers - Tort Claims - Defamation

Online Reviews

“No legal cover for online defamatory comments ‘dressed up as reviews,’ B.C. court rules.” – Interesting B.C. case about on-line defamatory libel (pertaining to