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Stikeman Elliott LLP
This post focuses primarily on the FSRA Proposed Guidance.
CLC (Canadian Litigation Counsel)
The Minister of Finance received abundant submissions from stakeholders pointing out the shortcoming of the previous draft.
Cox & Palmer
In Balsom v. Rideout, 2022 NLCA 20, Cox & Palmer was successful in the appeal of a lower court decision which denied an application to dismiss the action for being commenced outside the limitation period.
Bennett Jones LLP
In Optrics Inc. v Lloyd's Underwriters, 2022 ABCA 26 [Optrics] the Alberta Court of Appeal highlights the limits on summary applications by insureds seeking confirmation that an insurer must defend a...
Siskinds LLP
It is a requirement to have automobile insurance in Ontario.
Dentons
On April 27, 2022, the Office of the Superintendent of Financial Institutions released Draft Guideline B-10 – Third-Party Risk Management for public comment.
Borden Ladner Gervais LLP
The Alberta Court of Appeal (ABCA) recently dismissed an appeal in Statt v. SGI Insurance Services Ltd., 2021 ABCA 268 [Statt], regarding the extension of a limitation period due to...
Dentons
On April 6, 2022, following the consultation of industry stakeholders in the summer of 2021, the Canadian Insurance Services Regulatory Organizations ("CISRO") published the Principles of Conduct for Insurance Intermediaries.
Borden Ladner Gervais LLP
A recent decision by the Alberta Court of Queen's Bench (the Court or ABQB) affirmed the duty of utmost good faith owed by insurers to their policyholders.
Stikeman Elliott LLP
Yesterday afternoon, the Alberta government introduced amendments to the Insurance Act (Alberta) and the Captive Insurance Companies Act (Alberta) as the next step in its initiative...
Clark Wilson LLP
Aviva Insurance Company of Canada v. Ebhodaghe, 2021 ONSC 7343 provides a reminder to insurers: tread carefully when accusing your insureds of fraud.
Borden Ladner Gervais LLP
In 2022, spurred by the realities of the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, deepening capital investment, and greater public acceptance, we expect that the pace of development...
Cassels
With increasing frequency, our team is being asked to assist clients with matters involving insurance and blockchain technology. The opportunities to harness the power of blockchain...
Rogers Partners LLP
The Court of Appeal in Yang v. Co-operators General Insurance Company, 2022 ONCA 178, confirmed the exclusive jurisdiction of the License Appeal Tribunal over disputes concerning Statutory Accident Benefits.
Clark Wilson LLP
In Capital Sewer Servicing Inc. v. Crosslinx Transit Solutions Constructors, 2022 ONCA 10 aff'ing 2021 ONSC 1091, the Ontario Court of Appeal ruled that an assumption of risk does not always follow...
Rogers Partners LLP
In Truscott v. Co-Operators General Insurance, 2022 ONSC 829, the Court considered the finality of an umpire's decision following an appraisal pursuant to section 128 of the Insurance Act, and its impact on subsequent claims flowing from the same loss.
Rogers Partners LLP
The owner of the property brought an action in negligence, nuisance, and breach of contract against the contractor and the Estate of Hemlow.
Alexander Holburn Beaudin + Lang LLP
In the recent decision of Stewart v. Lloyd's Underwriters, 2022 BCCA 84, a three-judge panel of the British Columbia Court of Appeal grappled with these issues in an appeal of $100,000 in ...
Dentons
In Canada, some provincial and territorial insurance regulators prescribe certain disclosure requirements to prospective clients in connection with fees and commissions charged by property and casualty...
CLC (Canadian Litigation Counsel)
If you are a homeowner, the current cycle of warm daytime and freezing nighttime temperatures can be frustrating as you think you need to constantly maintain sidewalks and pathways on your property.
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