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Samis + Company
The Court of Appeal for Ontario has held that a Minnesota tortfeasor with only $500,000 liability limits is an "inadequately insured motorist" under the Family Protection Endorsement in Ontario...
Miller Thomson LLP
The Ontario Court of Appeal, in Royal & Sun Alliance Insurance Company of Canada v. Intact Insurance Company, recently addressed the manner in which the OPCF 28A excluded driver form...
Borden Ladner Gervais LLP
An aircraft accident involving a floatplane occurred during landing. The accident resulted in the death of the rear seat passenger and pilot.
Theall Group LLP
The Court of Queen's Bench of Alberta recently released what appears to be Canada's first coverage decision dealing with "social engineering fraud", which involves fraudsters deceiving...
Theall Group LLP
A recent decision by the Ontario Licence Appeal Tribunal reminds us of the potential coverage issues surrounding off-road vehicles, such as all-terrain vehicles, commonly referred to as ATVs.
Clyde & Co
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Langlois lawyers, LLP
While some see the development of artificial intelligence as a means of increasing access to justice by automating certain tasks, this new technology could have significant repercussions for the legal profession.
Gowling WLG
Whether you win or lose, litigation can be an expensive endeavour.
Bennett Jones LLP
Increasingly, insureds faced with cyber fraud losses are going to the courts to interpret their policies.
McMillan LLP
Although several high profile cybercrime insurance cases have recently made headlines in the US, Canadian companies have been left wondering whether or not Canadian courts would follow the line of caselaw...
Clyde & Co
The Nova Scotia Court of Appeal has just limited the scope of the standard of care applicable to insurance brokers
Miller Thomson LLP
A recent report authored by the Insurance Institute of Canada concludes that the sharing economy will only increase in size and influence.
Borden Ladner Gervais LLP
In the recent case Khan v. Krylov & Company, 2017 ONCA 625 ("Khan"), the Ontario Court of Appeal revisited the principles to be considered by a Court when exercising its authority pursuant to Rule 2.1.01 of the Rules of Civil Procedure to stay or dismiss an action that is found to be patently frivolous, vexatious or an abuse of process, reaffirming that such relief will be granted only in the clearest of cases.
Gowling WLG
On June 22, 2017, new regulations (the "Insurance Regulations") under Saskatchewan's Insurance Act were filed with the Registrar of Regulations.
Borden Ladner Gervais LLP
In a hotly contested case, on July 24, 2017 the Superior Court of Québec rejected an application from the Chambre des notaires du Québec (CNQ) and the Barreau du Québec (BQ) for a declaratory
Miller Thomson LLP
Third party proceedings can be an efficient, and cost-effective way of adding parties and any related claims arising from the same set of facts.
Miller Thomson LLP
A recent decision of the License Appeal Tribunal ("LAT") shows the difficulty for first party insurers to get costs awarded in accident benefits proceedings at the LAT.
The Ross Firm
When you buy a home and receive title, you have legal ownership and the various rights associated with it. But what looks good on paper may not always be the case in actuality.
Lerners
Consumers are increasingly interested in leasing and sharing products rather than buying and owning them.
Stikeman Elliott LLP
The CCIR, the umbrella group of Canadian provincial insurance regulators, recently released a position paper outlining proposals for enhanced consumer protection in the design and delivery...
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The Ross Firm
According to a recent survey conducted by Square One Insurance Services, 11 per cent of house owners across Ontario, B.C. and Alberta rent out some portion of their property to non-family.
Lerners
Consumers are increasingly interested in leasing and sharing products rather than buying and owning them.
Theall Group LLP
The Court of Queen's Bench of Alberta recently released what appears to be Canada's first coverage decision dealing with "social engineering fraud", which involves fraudsters deceiving...
Blaney McMurtry LLP
The litigation landscape is shifting in Canada, and a new breed of litigation claims is emerging – the data/privacy claim.
Miller Thomson LLP
A recent report authored by the Insurance Institute of Canada concludes that the sharing economy will only increase in size and influence.
McMillan LLP
Although several high profile cybercrime insurance cases have recently made headlines in the US, Canadian companies have been left wondering whether or not Canadian courts would follow the line of caselaw...
DLA Piper
Parents who elect to receive their benefits over an 18-month period will receive benefits at a lower rate of 33% of average weekly earnings.
Matson Driscoll & Damico
Mining Business Interruption Insurance and the Principal of Indemnity. A contradiction? How can a mine claim for lost production when the ore is not lost and will be mined?
Clyde & Co
The Nova Scotia Court of Appeal has just limited the scope of the standard of care applicable to insurance brokers
Bennett Jones LLP
Increasingly, insureds faced with cyber fraud losses are going to the courts to interpret their policies.
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