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By Duncan Taylor
On May 13, 2019, the Alberta Court of Queen's Bench released its decision in Day v Woodburn.
By Ronald Miller (McDougall Gauley LLP), Justine Shenher (McDougall Gauley LLP)
As part of the federal government's anti-money laundering and counter-terrorism initiatives, the federal government is implementing several changes to the Canadian Business Corporations Act ("CBCA") through Bill C-86.
By Kim Wigmore (Whitelaw Twining), Bo Carter (Whitelaw Twining)
On May 21st the Court of Appeal released its decision in Janus v. The Central Park Citizen Society, in which Whitelaw Twining acted for the successful appellant.
By Nabeel Peermohamed - Brownlee LLP, Amanda Baker (Brownlee LLP)
In a recent case from the Ontario Superior Court of Justice from September 25, 2018, the Court held that "car surfing" is an ordinary and well-known activity of a vehicle such that statutory accident benefits coverage was afford for a resulting injury.
By Ashley Cosgrove (Brownlee LLP), Nabeel Peermohamed - Brownlee LLP
In Yehya v Thomas, 2019 ABCA 164, the court of appeal revisited the test for setting aside a default judgment where there is a procedural flaw.
By Kristina Roberts, Summer Student at Brownlee LLP
The Alberta Court of Appeal released a decision on March 15, 2019, that will be influential in the personal injury area of practice.
By Nabeel Peermohamed - Brownlee LLP
In a recent case from the Ontario Supreme Court from March 22, 2019, the Court held that throwing eggs from a moving vehicle was an ordinary and well-known activity of automobiles...
The Court declined to hear the Plaintiff's Appeal, upholding the findings of the Alberta Court of Appeal.
By Nabeel Peermohamed - Brownlee LLP, Kristina D. Persaud (Brownlee LLP)
In this article we explore the evolution of the test for summary judgment in Alberta over the past five years.
By Drew Wilson, Associate ( Brownlee LLP)
The Alberta Court of Appeal ("ABCA") recently provided a beneficial review of the law of indemnification and the duty to defend in Alberta.
By Duncan Taylor
The Supreme Court of Canada released its decision in the application for leave to appeal by the Plaintiff in the matter of McIver v McIntyre.
By Nabeel Peermohamed - Brownlee LLP
The ABCA in a five-justice panel has confirmed the test for summary judgment in Weir-Jones Technical Services Incorporated v Purolator Courier Ltd., 2019 ABCA 49.
By Nabeel Peermohamed - Brownlee LLP
Occupiers often rely on waivers signed by their patrons to escape legal liability. For example, in order to mitigate the risk of any potential lawsuits, occupiers ask their patrons to sign a waiver as part of either a gym membership agreement ...
By Nabeel Peermohamed - Brownlee LLP
Starline Windows manufactured and supplied windows for a condominium project in Calgary.
By Nabeel Peermohamed - Brownlee LLP
In Rockyview Enterprises v Starline Windows, et al, (1601-03526) Justice Romaine dismissed the Plaintiff's appeal of Master Farrington's decision to summarily dismiss the claims against the Defendants, but refused to award double costs because the formal offer had not been re-served.