Mondaq Canada: Insurance
Norton Rose Fulbright Canada LLP
As reported in our previous updates here and here and here, Canada has introduced legislation providing a framework for regulated access to legal cannabis for recreational use.
McCague Borlack LLP
A recent Court of Appeal decision has clarified two issues that are of relevance to insurers involved in priority disputes.
Clyde & Co
In settling three actions by paying out an entire policy limit pro rata, an insurer was taking the risk it would later be found liable for further claims up to that same limit.
McCague Borlack LLP
Canadian citizens, and those not as fortunate to live in Canada, have the perception that 'uniform publicly funded' medical-related services are available nationwide in Canada and are 'free'...
Norton Rose Fulbright Canada LLP
On January 29, the Quebec Court of Appeal handed down a judgment that will interest insurers and other actors in the insurance industry on the issue of disclosing insurance policies in the context of court proceedings.
Clark Wilson LLP
After months of speculation, B.C.'s Attorney General introduced changes to the province's motor vehicle tort system. The main changes include ...
Clark Wilson LLP
In the recent decision of Taylor v Co-operators General Insurance Company, 2017 ABQB 705, the Alberta Court of Queen's Bench was asked by an insurer to determine whether that insurer...
Clyde & Co
The standard of review applicable of SABS arbitral decisions — arising from the statutory accident benefits regime under the Insurance Act — is reasonableness
Clyde & Co
Although cyber related claims on D&O insurance policies are still relatively rare, they are nonetheless increasing in importance, as class action litigation becomes a consequential risk...
Clyde & Co
In the fall of 2017, the Quebec government introduced two long-awaited bills that will bring about extensive reforms to the insurance industry in Quebec.
Blaney McMurtry LLP
On January 22, 2018, the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of New York released its decision in Hudson Heritage Federal Credit Union v. CUMIS Insurance Society, Inc., dismissing...
Miller Thomson LLP
Many insurers and defence counsel are now aware of the growing use of adverse cost insurance, also known as "after-the-event" insurance ("ATE insurance"), in personal injury litigation.
Pallett Valo LLP
For those of you that did not know, if I was not a lawyer, I would be rocking out on a stage singing and doing all things musical. Which is why this case is interesting to me on a number of different levels.
Adair Goldblatt Bieber LLP
2017 saw the 40th anniversary of the Ontario Court of Appeal's seminal decision in Fine's Flowers but proved an otherwise unremarkable year in the law of insurance broker's negligence. Here is a look at three notable decisions in Canada and other commonwealth countries.
Torys LLP
Saskatchewan has introduced legislation (Bill 73) which amends the provisions of the new Saskatchewan insurance legislation, The Insurance Act.
Miller Thomson LLP
The Ontario government announced its latest round of changes to automobile insurance, called the Fair Auto Insurance Plan.
McCague Borlack LLP
What kind of evidence is likely to cause an automobile tort claim to flop? A threshold decision of Justice P. J. Monahan released December 13, 2017, provides useful guidance on the issue.
Prévost Fortin D'Aoust Attorneys
In our practice, we are often asked about the scope of a clause included in most damage insurance policies.
Samis + Company
The arbitrator started by defining the duration of the time period pre-loss to be considered that would give the best indication of the situation that existed as of the date of loss.
Blaney McMurtry LLP
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Prévost Fortin D'Aoust Attorneys
In our practice, we are often asked about the scope of a clause included in most damage insurance policies.
Blaney McMurtry LLP
The appellants, Shirley and Roland Houle, appealed from the order of Justice Paul Perrell of the Superior Court of Justice dated August 29, 2017.
Adair Goldblatt Bieber LLP
2017 saw the 40th anniversary of the Ontario Court of Appeal's seminal decision in Fine's Flowers but proved an otherwise unremarkable year in the law of insurance broker's negligence. Here is a look at three notable decisions in Canada and other commonwealth countries.
Pallett Valo LLP
For those of you that did not know, if I was not a lawyer, I would be rocking out on a stage singing and doing all things musical. Which is why this case is interesting to me on a number of different levels.
Clyde & Co
Although cyber related claims on D&O insurance policies are still relatively rare, they are nonetheless increasing in importance, as class action litigation becomes a consequential risk...
Clark Wilson LLP
In the recent decision of Taylor v Co-operators General Insurance Company, 2017 ABQB 705, the Alberta Court of Queen's Bench was asked by an insurer to determine whether that insurer...
Clark Wilson LLP
After months of speculation, B.C.'s Attorney General introduced changes to the province's motor vehicle tort system. The main changes include ...
Samis + Company
In this January 5, 2018 priority dispute private arbitration award of Ken Bialkowski, the main issue was principle dependency; a construct of the definitions contained in s. 3(7)(b) of the SABS.
Adair Goldblatt Bieber LLP
A recent Alberta decision provides a sobering reminder to landlords to comply with the vacancy provisions of their property insurance policies – or else risk losing their insurance coverage.
Clyde & Co
The standard of review applicable of SABS arbitral decisions — arising from the statutory accident benefits regime under the Insurance Act — is reasonableness
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