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McLennan Ross LLP
In Funk v. Wawanesa Mutual Insurance Company, 2018 ABCA 200, the Court of Appeal overturned the Court of Queen's Bench decision which held that physical contact with an "unidentified automobile" was not required to qualify for coverage under the SEF No. 44 Endorsement ("SEF 44" or "Endorsement") because it went against public policy.
Cox & Palmer
In Ryan v. Curlew, 2018 NLSC 72, the Supreme Court of Newfoundland and Labrador assessed damages in the context of a personal injury claim.
Strigberger Brown Armstrong LLP
What happens when a Certificate of Automobile Insurance specifies that the policy includes coverages under certain endorsements, when those endorsements never make it onto the policy?
Norton Rose Fulbright Canada LLP
On June 8, 2018, the Supreme Court of Canada dismissed the appeal from a decision of the Court of Appeal of Quebec in an action instituted by Ville de Montréal against rioters who vandalized patrol cars ...
Prévost Fortin D'Aoust Attorneys
On December 6, 2017, in Syndicat Lofts Wilson v. 1061 St-Alexandre, the Honourable Élise Poisson of the Superior Court of Québec handed down a ruling on the duty of insurer ...
Field LLP
It is not uncommon for the driver of a rented or leased vehicle to become involved in an accident and liable to claims with respect thereto.
Clark Wilson LLP
In a recent Supreme Court of British Columbia judgment, the Court ruled against an insurer who sought to deny coverage for fire damage to an insured's Kelowna home on the basis that the fire...
Clark Wilson LLP
Bills 20 and 22 which amend the Insurance (Vehicle) Act and Civil Resolution Tribunal Act received royal assent on May 17, 2018.
Strigberger Brown Armstrong LLP
A priority dispute between Wawanesa, Northbridge and Allstate arose following the death of an insured truck driver.
McMillan LLP
On May 3, 2018, the Canadian Council of Insurance Regulators and the Canadian Insurance Services Regulatory Organizations released a joint draft guidance paper setting out their expectations for insurers and intermediaries ...
McLennan Ross LLP
For the first time since the Minor Injury Regulation (MIR) came into force in 2004 there has been a change to the definition of what constitutes a minor injury.
Stewart McKelvey
The amendments apply to property insurance policies and will primarily impact homeowners' policies.
McLennan Ross LLP
We have written previously about Alberta's new legislative framework for legalized recreational cannabis and how it will affect businesses and the economy on a provincial level ...
Clyde & Co
The Quebec government presented two long-awaited bills (Bills 141 and 150) last fall to modernize the insurance industry.
Clyde & Co
The Ontario Court of Appeal has ruled that under the province's regime an automobile owned by or registered in the name of the insured or his or her spouse is not an "uninsured automobile."
Borden Ladner Gervais LLP
A recent decision of the Supreme Court of Canada, Rankin (Rankin's Garage & Sales) v. J.J., 2018 SCC 19, reinforces that foreseeability of harm operates as a critical limiting principle in the law of negligence.
Dentons
A release is a contract that relieves one or more parties of future liability surrounding certain incidents.
Blaney McMurtry LLP
MUCH HAS BEEN WRITTEN about autonomous vehicles and how they will change the automobile manufacturing, insurance and trucking businesses.
Strigberger Brown Armstrong LLP
Does Uber's fleet policy with Intact provide primary accident benefits coverage to passengers who do not have their own auto insurance policies?
Stikeman Elliott LLP
British Columbia's Ministry of Finance recently released a set of Preliminary Recommendations (the "Consultation Paper") arising from its review of the province's Financial Institutions Act (FIA) ...
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Blaney McMurtry LLP
In Atos IT Solutions v Sapient Canada Inc., the Court confirmed that the "minimum performance principle" places a common law limit on expectation damages for breach of contract.
McLennan Ross LLP
We have written previously about Alberta's new legislative framework for legalized recreational cannabis and how it will affect businesses and the economy on a provincial level ...
Lerners
In this case, a title insurer sought to avoid coverage for a mortgage fraud on the basis of a provision that excluded coverage for funds paid to any person other than the registered title holder.
McLennan Ross LLP
For the first time since the Minor Injury Regulation (MIR) came into force in 2004 there has been a change to the definition of what constitutes a minor injury.
Clark Wilson LLP
Bills 20 and 22 which amend the Insurance (Vehicle) Act and Civil Resolution Tribunal Act received royal assent on May 17, 2018.
Blaney McMurtry LLP
On April 9th 2018 87 million people around the globe were notified that the personal information contained on their Facebook profiles had been accessed without their consent. ...
McMillan LLP
On May 3, 2018, the Canadian Council of Insurance Regulators and the Canadian Insurance Services Regulatory Organizations released a joint draft guidance paper setting out their expectations for insurers and intermediaries ...
Strigberger Brown Armstrong LLP
The Ontario Court of Appeal's recent decision in Martin v. Barrie (City) reaffirms that, in occupiers' liability cases, the applicable standard is not one of perfection, but of reasonableness.
Borden Ladner Gervais LLP
In the recent decision of Martin v. Barrie (City), 2018 ONCA 499, the Court of Appeal upheld the trial judge's decision confirming that the standard of care of an occupier pursuant to s. 3...
Clyde & Co
The Ontario Court of Appeal has ruled that an insurance policy providing coverage solely to a mortgagee does not also protect a mortgagor's interest in a property.
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