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Guild Yule Mid-Winter BC Briefing 2015 in Toronto

On March 5, 2015, Guild Yule LLP presented its third annual legal update at the Hotel Le Germain.  The following topics … Read more

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Corporate Amalgamations and Secured Transactions

Here is a link to Peter Ferrari’s Corporate Law Blog post on the effect of Amalgamations on the security held … Read more

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Julie K. Lamb obtains dismissal of claim in coverage dispute

Skipper Properties Ltd. v. Zurich Insurance Company Ltd concerned a lawsuit in which the plaintiff sought to have its own property damage covered … Read more

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Admissibility of consulting reports as expert reports

In a recently released decision, Healey v Chung, 2015 BCCA 28, the Court of Appeal rejected the argument that consulting … Read more

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Larson v. School District No. 39

Where an individual experiences adverse treatment, is it sufficient to simply allege discrimination in a human rights complaint, without providing … Read more

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Interlender Agreements – in a nutshell

Here’s a link to Peter Ferrari’s Corporate Law Blog post on the subject of Interlender Agreements comparing the interests of … Read more

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INTEREST ON OUT-OF-POCKET DISBURSEMENTS NO LONGER RECOVERABLE: B.C. COURT OF APPEAL

The British Columbia Court of Appeal has made a strong ruling regarding the recoverability of interest on out-of-pocket disbursements (MacKenzie … Read more

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Good faith in the performance of contractual obligations after Bhasin v. Hrynew

The Supreme Court of Canada has made a significant ruling regarding the obligations of contracting parties (Bhasin v. Hrynew 2014 … Read more

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B.C. Court Clarifies Standard of Care of Contractor Performing Work on Public Roadway- Richmond v. Channa et al, 2014 BCSC 1764

When ongoing construction impedes roadside signage, it can impact the analysis of liability when a collision occurs between motor vehicles. … Read more

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Case update on use of Predictive Coding software in e-Discovery

In an ever-increasing number of cases, courts have seen fit to order the use of predictive coding software to determine the … Read more

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