In a recent decision of the Supreme Court of Canada, BCHRT v Schrenk 2017 SCC 62, the SCC (majority 5:2) … Read more
Divergent case authority on whether ATE insurance premiums can be claimed against an opposing party in Ontario and British Columbia litigation
Providers of After The Event (ATE) insurance have been marketing in British Columbia extensively as of late. Until recently the … Read more
B.C. Supreme Court confirms that an “occurrence based” policy will ordinarily be triggered by the event of loss, rather than the allegedly negligent act that caused it.
Generally speaking, occurrence based policies provide coverage for occurrences that happen within the policy period regardless of when a claim … Read more