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By Brian Vail, QC
Accidents involving rental/leased vehicles give rise to overlapping insurance coverage situations. The rental/leasing company will have an owner's policy covering it and anyone driving with its consent.
By Richard Stobbe
In 2015, an Ontario craft brewer, Beau's All Natural Brewing Company (Beau's) applied for a trademark for B-SIDE BREWING LABEL, for use in association with Ontario craft beers.
By Jenna Kirk
The legalization of cannabis in Canada poses a unique opportunity for entrepreneurs, investors, and businesses.
By Richard Stobbe
It should come as no surprise, then, that banks are rushing to own a piece of this space.
By Richard Stobbe
In Part 1, we looked at smart contracts, and how "smart" they really are – if you need some background, start there.
By Field LLP
Where the conduct of the insureds was in issue in the underlying actions and with respect to coverage under the policy, policy limits covered only 5% of a multimillion dollar claim and an acrimonious relationship...
By Catriona Otto-Johnston
Builders' liens are an important tool for contractors, subcontractors and suppliers when collecting unpaid invoices on a project.
By Field LLP
Gharbi was in a motor vehicle collision while driving a Chevrolet Cruze that had been provided to him by an auto dealership, CMP Automotive, while CMP repaired his vehicle.
By Field LLP
In July 2006 in the village of Paisley Ontario, the 15-year-old Plaintiff J and his 16-year-old friend C became intoxicated at C's home when they drank alcohol (some provided by C's mother) and smoked cannabis.
By Field LLP
A Plaintiff's claims for psychological and physical injury arising from the discovery of mould in his home (which had been rectified within a few months) ten years in the past were summarily dismissed.
By Field LLP
The Plaintiff Waissmann was one of several passengers on a City of Calgary bus driven by the Defendant Cummins.
By Field LLP
On April 7, 2007, the Applicant Parent, went to a pub on Whyte Avenue in Edmonton, Alberta.
By Field LLP
A bank customer who was defrauded when hackers accessed his email account to instruct a bank to make unauthorized wire transfers was unable to recover his money from the bank.
By Ryan Krushelnitzky, Kelly Starrak
Clauses that exclude or limit the recovery of consequential or indirect damages are common in construction, services and other commercial contracts. These clauses can play an important role in risk allocation.
By Michael Doerksen
In the McAllister v. Calgary, 2018 ABQB 480 Madame Justice Kubik of the Court of Queen's Bench found the City of Calgary liable under the Occupiers Liability Act for injuries suffered by the Plaintiff Kyle McAllister...
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