Mondaq Canada: Insurance
Borden Ladner Gervais LLP
As the capabilities and prevalence of autonomous vehicles increase, governments continue to attempt to address the consequences that flow from an increasingly autonomous environment.
Cox & Palmer
Are payments offered through a conciliation process designed to make moral amends covered by commercial general liability (CGL) insurance?
Borden Ladner Gervais LLP
Two recently released Superior Court decisions offer distinct treatments of the same question and impact the longstanding jurisprudence on exculpatory waivers:
Clyde & Co
Future Canada Pension Plan ("CPP") disability benefits do not reduce the amount an insurer must pay out under a standard form contract providing underinsured motorist coverage ruled recently the Supreme Court of Canada.
Miller Thomson LLP
The License Appeal Tribunal (the LAT) has found that an insurer's failure to comply with a production Order from the Tribunal is unreasonable conduct and must be deterred.
Cox & Palmer
Under the Rules of Civil Procedure in Prince Edward Island, whether a default judgment can be set aside is a discretionary decision which the court may grant on such terms as are just.
Clyde & Co
North America based Clyde & Co lawyers answer important questions on the Reinsurance industry.
McCague Borlack LLP
As the access to and use of marijuana becomes increasingly legitimate and common, it is reasonable to assume that the businesses that operate within this environment will experience significant legal "growing pains".
Blake, Cassels & Graydon LLP
These coverages require deep industry, customer and product-specific knowledge and analytics based on demographic and financial trends.
Samis + Company
In Benson v. Belair, an Ontario resident fell off the back of an All-Terrain Vehicle in Fort Nelson, British Columbia.
Field LLP
The plaintiff Williams brought a lawsuit for injuries she alleged she suffered during the course of training at the Amazing Personal Training Studio Ltd.
Clyde & Co
The liability insurer retains control over the legal defence, even if it had initially denied coverage before being forced by the Court to defend the insured. That's the conclusion Quebec's Superior Court came to in a recent ruling.
Borden Ladner Gervais LLP
On January 19, 2017, Madam Justice Brown of the British Columbia Supreme Court issued reasons in Tanious v The Empire Life Insurance Company, 2017 BCSC 85, awarding the plaintiff full indemnity...
Cox & Palmer
When does an insurer's duty to defend arise? More specifically, does it arise before the insurer is given notice of the claim?
Stewart McKelvey
The Supreme Court of Canada released its decision in Sabean v Portage La Prairie Mutual Insurance Co, 2017 SCC 7 at the end of January, finally answering an insurance policy..
Samis + Company
Auto insurance coverage issues can be very obvious – or very discreet. Auto Insurance Coverage Law in Ontario deals with the challenges of addressing the myriad possible issues that can arise in the context of an auto insurance dispute.
McCague Borlack LLP
In property damage claims involving water infiltration or water damage, associated mould issues are common.
McCague Borlack LLP
Those who have watched or participated in a hockey game will know that rough play is an inherent risk of the sport. Most amateur leagues permit checking, which means that players are often subject to blows and collisions in the course of play.
McCague Borlack LLP
Toronto has once again found itself in the throes of sports fanaticism this year.
McCague Borlack LLP
With the commencement of the annual winter ski season, the legal exposure to ski hill and resort operators arising from injuries suffered by skiers and resort guests alike consequently increases.
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Blake, Cassels & Graydon LLP
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Samis + Company
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