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By Hollis Bromley
In the recent decision of Benavides v. Insurance Corporation of British Columbia, 2017 BCCA 15, the Court of Appeal rejected the proposition that a prima facie case of negligence can switch the onus...
By Aubrie Girou
One reason parents place assets into a corporate trust structure may be to reduce the amount of tax paid on such assets while preserving a specific estate plan.
By Steve Carey
Canadian citizens and permanent residents (PRs) may be denied entry into the United States due to President Trump's recent Executive Order, despite assurances suggesting otherwise...
By Darryl Pankratz
As a result of the accident, they commenced a lawsuit against Horizon Helicopters, the owner and operator of the helicopter.
By Stewart Muglich
The Risk Alert follows several enforcement actions recently brought by the Securities and Exchange Commission charging violations of Rule 21F-17 of the Commission's whistleblower regulations.
By Ryan Howe
Dual wills are an estate planning tool that has gained popularity in British Columbia since 2014, when the Wills, Estates and Succession Act ("WESA") came into effect.
By Liam Corcoran
In Wormald, the plaintiff was injured in a motor vehicle accident while sitting in the back hatch area of a vehicle where no seatbelts were available.
By Darryl Pankratz
On March 24, 2015, a Germanwings Airbus A320 crashed in the French Alps, killing all 150 souls on board. Following this tragedy, the French accident investigation authority...
By Aubrie Girou
In a Will, the executor appointment is one of the most carefully-considered decisions of the will-maker. It is a position of significant trust and responsibility.
By Jenson Leung
‘Tis the season for gift-giving, festive decorations and holiday gatherings. For many, it is also the season for drinking wine, egg nog and other alcoholic beverages.
By Stewart Muglich
The U.S. SEC recently adopted final rules that are intended to modernize how companies can raise money to fund their businesses through intrastate (Rules 147 and 147A) and small offerings (Rule 504)...
By Michael Watt
This time last year the Hollywood actress Jennifer Lawrence spoke out about making less than her male co-stars after the Sony hack revealed payroll figures on the internet.
By Hollis Bromley
In the coverage action, the Court granted judgment in favour of the defendants against the third party Intact Insurance Company ("Intact")...
By Derek Frenette
You are a craft brewery owner. Business is great – your sales are growing and you are increasing production. Without warning, the unthinkable occurs: you get a letter from the lawyers for Mega Brewing.
By Patrick Cleary
The following article discusses the differences between traditional tendering contracts and request for proposals (or RFPs), in relation to the duty of good faith.
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