It’s small, in light of his other issues, but Donald Trump is once again embroiled in litigation, albeit outside of the United States, which may result in findings against him of at least negligent misrepresentation sufficient to produce personal liability: see Singh v Trump et al, 2016 ONCA 747 (CanLII), <http://canlii.ca/t/gv3z7>.
The action had been dismissed, completely, on a summary judgment motion. The Ontario Court of Appeal, earlier this month, allowed significant portions of the appeal. As a result, subject to a successful appeal to the Supreme Court of Canada – I can’t see leave being granted – the. . . [more]