A survivor of sexual assault may be able to sue defendants other than the perpetrator. For example, an employer may be found to be liable for the acts of its employees by, for example, failing to investigate earlier complaints or check the perpetrator's references. In some cases, the employer may be automatically liable for the wrongful acts of its employees. The court considers the strength of the link between the opportunity created by the employment and the wrongful act. Our sexual abuse team has successfully sued churches, Children's Aid Societies, teachers and school boards, Big Brothers, Scouts Canada (Boy Scouts), Ontario training schools, and other institutions. Loretta was one of the lead counsel representing survivors from Maple Leaf Gardens and in the Grenville Christian College case.