Author Archives: Neil R. Maclean

Special Costs Imposed for Breach of Duty to Defend by Insurer

In Williams v. Canales 2016 BCSC 1811, a recent B.C. Supreme Court costs application, the Court awarded special costs against … Read more

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Defence Counsel and Coverage Issues: Assisting Insurers in Avoiding Bad Faith Claims

The changing legal landscape respecting the duties of insurers and the consequences of breaching those duties has an impact on … Read more

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New Article in Canadian Underwriter magazine

Employers can be in a bind when they have employees who require ignition interlock devices (IIDs) to drive — in most … Read more

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Recent BC Decisions Affecting Expert Reports and Health Care Costs

Where does the role of the expert end and the role of the trier of fact begin? How have the … Read more

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