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McMillan LLP
The Supreme Court of Canada ("SCC") recently ruled that Parliament had the power to enact the Genetic Non-Discrimination Act ("GNDA")...
Fasken
On June 23, 2020, the BC government tabled Bill 14 - Municipal Affairs and Housing Statutes Amendment Act (No. 2), 2020 ("Bill 14")...
Field LLP
An insurer was held not to have waived a policy breach and was not estopped from relying on it to deny coverage where it learned of the breach
Cassels
Amidst the COVID-19 pandemic and its adverse impact on the economy, insurers may find that their insureds are more frequently subject to bankruptcy or insolvency proceedings.
Borden Ladner Gervais LLP
In the recent decision of Peter B. Cozzi Professional Corporation v. Szot, 2020 ONCA 397, the Ontario Court of Appeal considered the entitlement to proceeds of "after the event" insurance.
Clark Wilson LLP
We previously wrote about the Crowder decision where Chief Justice Hinkson declared amendments to Supreme Court Civil Rule 11-8 limiting expert evidence in vehicle actions to be...
Scott Venturo Rudakoff LLP
Security National Insurance Company, represented by Associate Noah Hodgson, brought an Application to dismiss the insured's claim pursuant to Rule 4.31 and Rule 4.33 of the Alberta Rules of Court.
Field LLP
The ransom paid in response to a ransomware attack was held not to be covered under the "Computer Coverage" of an insurance policy because the attack and the ransom demand
Torkin Manes LLP
The Canadian health and long term care industries have been hit particularly hard by COVID-19. It would appear that this has not gone unnoticed by insurance underwriters.
McLeish Orlando LLP
Recently, there have been positive applicant decisions that deserve the spotlight. The recent License Appeal Tribunal (LAT) decisions are the following:
McCague Borlack LLP
An exception to the exclusion in case: MDS Inc. v Factory Mutual Insurance
Borden Ladner Gervais LLP
On June 1, 2020, the Ontario Court of Appeal (the ONCA) released its decision in Tuffnail v. Meekes, 2020 ONCA 390.
Lawyers Financial
You're not alone if the thought of a medical exam in your home feels like a hassle and it's kept you from applying for life and disability insurance.
Cox & Palmer
Absolute liability is the obligation of an insurer to indemnify an innocent third party who was injured by an insured, while the insured was in violation of the insurance policy.
Lawyers Financial
There are two ways to purchase life insurance. You can pay-as-you-go, like when you rent. Or you can pay in full and own the policy forever, like buying a home. Your Lawyers Financial Advisor can...
Rogers Partners LLP
The Ontario Court of Appeal has recently released Travelers Insurance Company of Canada v. CAA Insurance Company, 2020 ONCA 382 , which addresses the extra-provincial application ...
Borden Ladner Gervais LLP
Recently, the Alberta Court of Queen's Bench provided guidance to defence lawyers on their obligations to report to and take instructions from insurers and insureds in Kostic v Thom, 2020 ABQB 324.
McCague Borlack LLP
The interpretation of a corrosion exclusion was one of the major issues considered in the recent decision in MDS Inc. v Factory Mutual Insurance Company.
Thompson Dorfman Sweatman LLP
In recent years, title insurance has become increasingly popular among purchasers of houses, condominiums, cabins and other residential land.
Clark Wilson LLP
The existence of a general duty of care between a social host and users of a public highway injured by an adult party guest was rejected by the Supreme Court of Canada in the 2006 case Childs v. Desomoreaux.
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