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McCague Borlack LLP
First Presented at the CBA-OBA Professional Development Program: Fast Out of the Gate: An Insurance Law Primer
McCague Borlack LLP
First Presented at the CBA-OBA Professional Development Program: Fast Out of the Gate: An Insurance Law Primer
McCague Borlack LLP
First Presented at the CBA-OBA Professional Development Program: Fast Out of the Gate: An Insurance Law Primer
McCague Borlack LLP
First Presented at the CBA-OBA Professional Development Program: Fast Out of the Gate: An Insurance Law Primer
McCague Borlack LLP
First Presented at the CBA-OBA Professional Development Program: Fast Out of the Gate: An Insurance Law Primer
Miller Thomson LLP
In the recent decision in 2224981 Ontario Inc. v. Intact Insurance Company, 2016 ONCA 870, the Ontario Court of Appeal dismissed an appeal from an insurer that had sought to deny coverage...
McCague Borlack LLP
The insurance contract is a contract of utmost good faith. This duty is reciprocal. This duty not only requires insurers to respond to and investigate claims in good faith, but also requires insureds to present their claims in good faith.
McCague Borlack LLP
Statutory conditions contained within the policy, relief from forfeiture, and limitation period issues, are examples of special considerations when dealing with first party claims.
Samis + Company
An interesting question was put before Adjudicator Cynthia Pay at the Licence Appeal Tribunal ("LAT") recently.
Samis + Company
In a decision on a preliminary issue, dated November 18, 2016, Arbitrator Schnapp held that a catastrophically impaired Applicant missed the two year limitation period.
Samis + Company
A new Superior Court decision tries to tackle the complicated interplay between a coverage dispute under the SABS and the priority disputes between insurers scheme in section 268 of the Insurance Act and O. Reg. 283/95.
Samis + Company
On August 4, 2016, the Ontario Court of Appeal released its decision in Intact v. Allstate and changed the correctness standard of review for appeals from private arbitrations to one of reasonableness.
Blaney McMurtry LLP
On November 9, 2016, the Sixth Circuit Court of Appeals released its decision in Hantz Financial Services, Inc. v. American International Specialty Lines Insurance Co...
Miller Thomson LLP
Recently, the Ontario Superior Court of Justice considered when limitation periods begin to run in tort actions arising out of motor vehicle accidents in Schaefer v. Ayeneababa, 2016 ONSC 3673.
Miller Thomson LLP
In an October 3, 2016 preliminary issue hearing Adjudicator Marzinotto of the License Appeal Tribunal allowed an applicant to proceed to a hearing disputing both entitlement to Income Replacement Benefits and Non Earner Benefits.
Miller Thomson LLP
We recently blogged about the Small Claims Court decision in Renwick v. Allstate Insurance Company of Canada.
Borden Ladner Gervais LLP
This action arises as a result of a motor vehicle accident that occurred on August 6, 2004 when the then-six year old plaintiff, Christopher Hoang ("Christopher"), was struck by a vehicle driven by the defendant Adriano Vincentini ("Vincentini") and owned by Ford Credit Canada Leasing Company ("Ford Credit").
Miller Thomson LLP
The Ontario Court of Appeal's decision in Caughy v. Economical Mutual Insurance Company 2016 ONCA 226 seems to have expanded the definition of "accident"...
Hassans
On the 15 June 2016, Nigel Feetham, partner of Hassans, published an article on a judgment concerning PCC cells recently handed down by the Courts of Guernsey.
Hassans
In the eve of the EU Referendum I published a briefing note about the potential Brexit impact on the Gibraltar insurance industry (entitled "what could Brexit mean?"). This update is intended to provide further commentary now that the vote is over.
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Samis + Company
In a decision on a preliminary issue, dated November 18, 2016, Arbitrator Schnapp held that a catastrophically impaired Applicant missed the two year limitation period.
Borden Ladner Gervais LLP
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Samis + Company
On August 4, 2016, the Ontario Court of Appeal released its decision in Intact v. Allstate and changed the correctness standard of review for appeals from private arbitrations to one of reasonableness.
Samis + Company
An interesting question was put before Adjudicator Cynthia Pay at the Licence Appeal Tribunal ("LAT") recently.
Samis + Company
A new Superior Court decision tries to tackle the complicated interplay between a coverage dispute under the SABS and the priority disputes between insurers scheme in section 268 of the Insurance Act and O. Reg. 283/95.
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