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Municipal Law; Development Permit; Services; Statutory Interpretation ~ With Counsel Comments
The Appellant, Osman Auction Inc., purchased a parcel of land on which to run its vehicle auction business. The site was already subdivided and properly zoned, but not serviced "to urban standards".
Canada
15 Nov 2017
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Personal Injury; Motor Vehicle Accidents; Evidence; Witness Reliability ~ With Counsel Comments
The Appellant argued that the trial judge breached her right to a fair hearing by failing to allow simultaneous translation from English to Polish.
Canada
14 Nov 2017
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Self-Governing Professions; Inter-Provincial Agreements; Standard Of Review ~ With 2 Counsel Comments
The Appellant contended that the reviewing judge erred in concluding that the review panel's decision for rejecting the Appellant's application was reasonable.
Canada
14 Nov 2017
4
Self-Regulating Professions; Unprofessional Conduct; Complaints, Costs
The Appellant, Marie Erdmann, was a chartered accountant and the subject of three allegations of unprofessional conduct.
Canada
13 Nov 2017
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Procedure; Alberta Rules of Court; "Drop Dead" Rule
The Respondent, Ursa Ventures Ltd., sued the Appellant City of Edmonton for damages relating to a contract to provide electrical components.
Canada
13 Nov 2017
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Birss v Tien Lung Taekwon-Do Club
The Master allowed a claim for a sports injury to be amended to add breach of fiduciary duty as a cause of action in the teacher-student situation, and held that while sports participants...
Canada
7 Nov 2017
7
Hudye Inc v Rosowsky
Notes prepared for a witness to rely upon to refresh his/her memory prior to a Questioning may not be privileged and, if they are, relying on those notes to testify waives any privilege over the notes.
Canada
7 Nov 2017
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Bruff-Murphy v Gunawardena
The trial judge was held to have erred in allowing an expert witness, who the judge had reservations about, to testify when said expert was clearly not independent.
Canada
7 Nov 2017
9
The Brick Warehouse LP v Chubb Insurance Company Of Canada
As a result of this, the Brick directed payment on ten Toshiba invoices to the RBC account.
Canada
7 Nov 2017
10
Vermilion & District Housing Foundation v Binder Construction Limited
The Alberta Court of Queen's Bench holds surety liable under a performance bond for consequential damages suffered by an obligee as result of defaulting contractor.
Canada
7 Nov 2017
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No Loyalty Program For Drugs: Court Confirms Prohibition On Pharmacy Inducements
1.The College of Pharmacists had jurisdiction to pass the policy.
Canada
30 Oct 2017
12
What Evidence Is Required To Implement Random Drug And Alcohol Testing Policies In Safety Sensitive Workplaces?
On September 28, 2017, the Alberta Court of Appeal issued its decision on Suncor Energy Inc v Unifor Local 707A, which considered the degree of evidence required to justify a random alcohol...
Canada
3 Oct 2017
13
Standing Of Complainants On Judicial Review
The Supreme Court of the Northwest Territories dismissed the application on the basis that Mr. Del Valle did not have standing.
Canada
27 Sep 2017
14
Without Prejudice: An Invisibility Cloak For A Mature World
Almost immediately following the unfortunate reality of a termination of employment, another unfortunate reality almost always arrives: a "without prejudice" demand letter.
Canada
27 Sep 2017
15
Defence & Indemnity - August 2017
The Court may refuse to apply an insurance policy provision where it would lead to an unjust result in the circumstances, per s. 545(1) of the Insurance Act or pursuant to the Court's ability to...
Canada
30 Aug 2017
16
Estimates: How Important Are They Really?
Ever found yourself in a situation where you have provided an estimate for your services, but felt uncertain if you underquoted your client?
Canada
16 Aug 2017
17
Summary Judgment: Shortcut To Payment?
Multiple Questionings on Affidavits was conducted, and the parties submitted many volumes of materials, including conflicting Affidavit evidence.
Canada
15 Aug 2017
18
Alberta's Highest Court Clarifies OHS Law: Privilege Must Be Proven
With its decision this week in Alberta v. Suncor Energy Inc, 2017 ABCA 221, the Alberta Court of Appeal has considered and clarified the application of solicitor-client privilege and litigation privilege...
Canada
18 Jul 2017
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Defence & Indemnity - June 2017
Insurance policies are to be interpreted on how an ordinary person would understand them such that, absent clear policy wording to the contrary, ...
Canada
14 Jul 2017
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If It Looks Like A Duck: British Columbia Court Of Appeal Rules On Title Use
Professional regulators are often faced with non-members who use titles similar to those used by regulated members of the profession but not explicitly prohibited by the governing statute.
Canada
12 May 2017
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