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Trial judge awards damages to plaintiff injured in recreational soccer game – Implications for future sports claims?
In a recent BC Supreme Court decision, Baker J. awarded damages to a plaintiff injured in an amateur soccer game … Read more
BC Court of Appeal releases a trio of cases on claims for loss of future income earning capacity: A common sense clarification of a plaintiff’s evidentiary burden, or a signal of lower future damages awards?
The Court of Appeal recently released a trio of cases which address the evidentiary burden a plaintiff must meet in … Read more
Globe and Mail’s Canada’s Best Law Firms
Guild Yule LLP is proud to be included in The Globe and Mail’s Canada’s Best Law Firms 2023, with special … Read more
Interpretation of Standard Faulty Workmanship Exclusion Clauses in Course of Construction Policies
This paper discusses judicial developments in the interpretation of standard faulty workmanship exclusion clauses in course of construction policies since … Read more
Unpaid leave for non-compliance with a mandatory vaccination policy is not constructive dismissal, says the BC Supreme Court
In response to the COVID-19 pandemic, and with encouragement from Federal and Provincial governments, many private sector businesses implemented a … Read more
Adam Howden-Duke on Mediation & STEM
In his role as a member of the Board of Directors of Mediate BC, Adam Howden-Duke, has written an article … Read more
Court strikes out ‘disgorgement of profits’ remedy in negligence action
In a recent British Columbia Supreme Court decision, Riley J. granted an Application to strike portions of a Notice of … Read more
When does a limitation clock start ticking?
Neil MacLean and Connie Do have prepared a case brief of Grant Thornton LLP v. New Brunswick, 2021 SCC 31 … Read more
Wrap-up policy coverage ruling
Recently, the British Columbia Supreme Court did not extend wrap-up policy coverage to a company that performed no installation, construction, … Read more