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Due Diligence And Discoverability: Is A Plaintiff Required To Follow-Up With Their Doctor For Test Results?
In the recent 2016 decision in McMillan v. Adeite and State Farm Mutual Automobile Insurance Company, the Court had to decide whether the plaintiff exercised reasonable diligence in discovering the extent of her injuries.
Canada
20 Jun 2016
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Insurers Have To Explain The Basis For Denial Of Coverage; But What About Privilege?
In the July 29th, 2015 decision in Lica v. Dhaliwal, Price J ordered that State Farm, the insurer of the Defendants provide the reasons and basis for the denial of coverage.
Canada
17 Aug 2015
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Disclosure Of Wiretap Communications In A Civil Proceeding
The Supreme Court of Canada has held that a party in a civil proceeding can request disclosure of wiretap communications intercepted by the state during a criminal investigation.
Canada
12 Nov 2014
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Disclosure Of An Expertís File
Ontario Courts Are Engaged In A Rigorous Debate About The Scope Of The Production Of Documents In An Expertís File During Litigation.
Canada
5 Jun 2014
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