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Alexander D.C. Kask

About Alexander D.C. Kask

Alexander D.C. Kask is a partner with Guild Yule LLP and practices in the areas of professional liability, health law, municipal law, insurance law, administrative law, product liability, highways liability, golf course liability, safety standards regulation, and personal injury litigation. Read full biography

Judge Laura Bakan

Guild Yule LLP has been honoured by yet another judicial appointment (here is a link to the official announcement).  Laura … Read more

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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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Guild Yule LLP Updates Scholarships at UBC Law

The UBC Senate has approved two new Guild Yule prizes at UBC Law.  In keeping with our traditions of high … Read more

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Guild Yule Summer 2015 Articling Students

Guild Yule is happy to announce the hire of temporary articled students Taylor Dalziel and Mario Checchia for the 2015 … Read more

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Lance Finch, Q.C.

We are pleased to announce the appointment of Lance Finch as Queen’s Counsel.  Mr. Finch practiced with Guild Yule before … 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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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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New BC Court of Appeal ruling on Litigation Financing

The BC Court of Appeal has ruled that third-party financing for disbursements is not a recoverable disbursement under Rule 14-1(5) … Read more

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