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NEB Recommends TransMountain Expansion Project Be Approved
Earlier this morning, the National Energy Board ("NEB") delivered its Reconsideration report to the federal government, ultimately recommending that the Trans Mountain Expansion Project ...
Canada
4 Mar 2019
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Lien Rights – When The Developer Doesn't Have An Interest In The Land
In an earlier article, we warned of the risk of loss of lien rights if a transfer of land occurs during construction. A 2018 court decision reminds us that there is also a risk of loss ...
Canada
9 Jan 2019
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Drones - A New Frontier Of Privacy And Liability Is Taking Flight
Drones, or unmanned aerial vehicles ("UAVs"), are becoming more prevalent both as a recreational activity and as a tool for businesses.
Canada
10 Nov 2016
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Just Take The Offer!
An unfortunate middle-aged immigrant from Poland was involved in six automobile accidents over the course of five years.
Canada
29 Jun 2016
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After Uber Suspends Its Operations, What's Next For Ride-Sharing In Alberta?
On February 29, 2016, Uber suspended its operations in Edmonton after the city's ride-sharing bylaw came into effect.
Canada
28 Apr 2016
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Vehicle Leasing Company 25% Liable For Drivers' Negligence
Dempsey involved two actions, both of which arose from single-vehicle accidents involving Brinks armored vehicles.
Canada
29 Mar 2016
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Federal Exemption From Liens Is No Simple Matter
With significant recent and ongoing expansion at the Calgary, Edmonton and Fort McMurray airports, a number of trades have been interested in the question whether airports are subject to builders' liens.
Canada
30 Nov 2015
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Towards Automated Automobiles: Shifting Liability Exposure In The Insurance Industry
Since the 1970s, the number of injuries resulting from automobile collisions has fallen by over 30% and the number of fatalities has fallen by 40%.
Canada
25 Nov 2015
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Alberta Goes Beyond Gender Specific Calculations
Since the passage of the Minor Injury Regulation (MIR) on Oct. 1, 2004, Alberta courts have been active in refining and clarifying its scope and application.
Canada
8 May 2015
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