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By Catherine Korte, Michelle Legault, Émilie-Anne Puckering
The concept of accident benefits is well-known in almost every Canadian jurisdiction.
By Howard Borlack
The insured's house sustained a fire and was beyond repair.
By Theomarcus Giannou, Theresa Hartley
Among the notable changes is the introduction of the concept of good faith.
By McCague Borlack - CLC Content
Hacking is one of the most well-known cyber risks and comes from outside of your organization.
By Adam Grant
As a brief introduction to the topic, in Canada, subrogation is ruled by the common law, with some modifications made by statutes and contracts.
By Howard Borlack, Theomarcus Giannou
The car and its occupants remain unidentified.
By McCague Borlack - CLC Content
The recent Supreme Court of Canada decision in R v Jarvis is the high court's most recent pronouncement on privacy rights.
By McCague Borlack - CLC Content
This article takes a high-level perspective of the regulation of the fur farming industry in Canada, with a specific focus on the predominant fur-bearing species raised on fur farms in Canada: minks and foxes.
By Christopher Macaulay
The recent case of Royal & Sun Alliance Insurance Company v. Intact Financial Corp
By James Tomlinson, Michelle Legault
On May 12, 2013, 17-year-old Rowan Stringer died after sustaining two concussions within a week while playing rugby.
By James Tomlinson
Although warm weather is still a few months away, it will not be long before adults and children alike are looking for ways to cool down.
By Ben Tustain
The modern shipping industry has drastically influenced the complexity of cargo movements.
By McCague Borlack - CLC Content
Parents of multiple children often try to steer clear from favouritism, to ensure that each child is treated and cared for equally.
By McCague Borlack - CLC Content
In the recent decision in Ferro v. Weiner ("Ferro"),1 the Court of Appeal for Ontario provided clarity as to what constitutes "living in the same household" in a home insurance policy.
By Émilie-Anne Puckering
It is common for insurance companies to face claims arising from questionable circumstances and reasonable for adjusters and claims handlers ...
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