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Our Response to Covid-19:

Our Response to Covid-19: Guild Yule is committed to the safety of its staff and to the wellbeing of the … Read more

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Marchi v. Nelson (City of), 2020 BCCA 1

Court of Appeal Orders new Trial on municipality’s snow removal practices: Marchi v. Nelson (City of), 2020 BCCA 1 In … Read more

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McAllister v Calgary (City) – SCC dismisses application for leave to appeal

By way of update to our case note posted November 8, 2019 (here); in a judgment dated January 9, 2020, … Read more

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Guild Yule is pleased to announce

1. Guild Yule is pleased to announce that Shauna Gersbach and Kristal Low have joined the partnership effective January 1, … Read more

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December 2019: Louis Zivot – Canadian National Rlwy v. Gibraltar Mines Ltd FC 1650

Canadian National Rlwy v. Gibraltar Mines Ltd. 2019 FC 1650 Lou Zivot acted for Gibraltar Mines in successfully defending an … Read more

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Supreme Court of Canada dismisses application for leave to appeal in J. Cote & Son Excavating Ltd . v City of Burnaby (2019 BCCA 168).

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McAllister v Calgary (City); a heightened duty of care in the age of surveillance?

An Alberta Court of Appeal decision handed down this year arguably extends the duty of care owed by Municipalities and … Read more

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Limits on the Number of Damages Experts Found Unconstitutional

The following provides a summary of the Crowder v. British Columbia (Attorney General), 2019 BCSC 1824 decision where the Rule … Read more

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Workplace Harassment post-Schrenk – Widening the scope of protections

In a recent decision of the Supreme Court of Canada, BCHRT v Schrenk 2017 SCC 62, the SCC (majority 5:2) … Read more

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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

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