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By John M. McDougall, Dionne Levesque
The amendments to the Condominium Property Act are expected to change who prepares and registers caveats.
By Noah Hodgson
In Lewandowska v Vander Woude, 2019 ABPC 115, the Plaintiff slipped and fell on the sidewalk adjacent to our clients' property.
By Domenic S. Venturo, Q.C.
Insurance Policies in Canada are steeped in a rich history of drafting, re-drafting, revising, adding, and subtracting - mostly in response to the ever-shifting landscape of risk and legal interpretation.
By Grace Kim
On March 12, 2019, the Court of Queen's Bench of Alberta announced that it will lift the suspension of the ADR/JDR Rules on a one-year pilot project basis.
By Laura Bracco-Callaghan
The number of self-represented litigants is on the rise in Canada. Data collected by the National Self-Represented Litigants Project in 2017 indicates that approximately 70% of SRLs are plaintiffs or petitioners ...
By John M. McDougall, Dionne Levesque, Kate A.C. Kozowyk
On December 14, 2018, substantial changes were announced for Alberta's Condominium Property Act and Condominium Property Regulation
By Scott Chimuk, Michael Grassie
Since 2012, all class action securities litigation claims that have been brought in Canada have been for statutory secondary market cases (SSM cases).
By Scott Chimuk, Michael Grassie
The Court has now provided a clear decision, establishing the precedent that individuals will be held liable for publicizing intimate images or videos without consent.
By Katrina Edgerton-McCutchan
When an Umpire renders a decision under s. 519 of the Insurance Act, RSA 2000, c I-3, his or her decision is subject to judicial review by a Justice of the Court of Queen's Bench.
By Scott Chimuk
In Vandal v Cousineau the Alberta Court of Appeal upheld a decision to void a purported contract for uncertainty and refused to rely on contextual factors to resolve the deficiencies in the written document.
By Scott Chimuk, Alicia McLelland
In November 2014, the Alberta Court of Appeal examined the law regarding advance payment to a plaintiff for damages pursuant to the Fair Practices Regulation of the Insurance Act.