August 29, 2017

Privacy damages on the rise in family law

Privacy damages on the rise in family law

Written by: Jennifer Shuber

Privacy claims are likely to become a more prominent feature in divorce cases, Toronto family lawyer Jennifer Samara Shuber tells AdvocateDaily.com.

In a recent Superior Court case, the judge ordered a husband to pay his former wife $15,000 in damages for invasion of privacy after he admitted to secretly planting a camera in their bedroom during a reconciliation attempt.

And Shubera lawyer in the family law practice group at Beard Winter LLP, says she thinks the decision will be just the first of many on the topic.

Read Jennifer’s full article on AdvocateDaily.com | Privacy damages on the rise in family law

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