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By Michael Kennedy, Sarah Dodsworth (Law Student)
Canada has arguably one of the best and most advanced systems of justice in the world.
By Martin Smith, Alex Robineau, Sarah Dodsworth (Law Student)
The decision provided much-needed clarity on the admissibility of opinion evidence by non-litigation experts
By Van Krkachovski
Jury trials provide the opportunity for a group of people, selected at random from the community, to decide issues of fact or assess damages
By Adam Grant
The Limitation Act governs the limitation period for commencing an action in British Columbia.
By Catherine Korte, Mahroze Khan
Section 32 of the SABS indicates that an applicant shall submit a completed and signed Application for Accident Benefits (OCF-1) within 30 days of receiving the application package.
By Michael Kennedy, Jennifer Ilton (Law Student)
A limitations defence is perhaps the most powerful defence in existence. Its application completely extinguishes a person's claim, essentially on a technicality, regardless of whether such claim has merits.
By Eric W.D. Boate
Under the Statutory Accident Benefit Schedule ("Schedule"), those injured in a motor vehicle accident are entitled to different levels of benefits according to the severity and classification of their impairments.
By Matthew Dugas
In Ontario, Insurers are subject to a "Loss Transfer" regime. Loss Transfer applies when an accident involves specific types of vehicles.
By Catherine Korte, Michelle Legault, Émilie-Anne Puckering
The concept of accident benefits is well-known in almost every Canadian jurisdiction.
By Howard Borlack
The insured's house sustained a fire and was beyond repair.
By Theomarcus Giannou, Theresa Hartley
Among the notable changes is the introduction of the concept of good faith.
By McCague Borlack LLP
Hacking is one of the most well-known cyber risks and comes from outside of your organization.
By Adam Grant
As a brief introduction to the topic, in Canada, subrogation is ruled by the common law, with some modifications made by statutes and contracts.
By Howard Borlack, Theomarcus Giannou
The car and its occupants remain unidentified.
By McCague Borlack LLP
The recent Supreme Court of Canada decision in R v Jarvis is the high court's most recent pronouncement on privacy rights.
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