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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

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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

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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

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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

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BCCA invites reconsideration of the test for dismissal for want of prosecution

In reasons released on March 4, BC’s highest court appears to invite reconsideration of the test to strike actions for … Read more

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Pandemic and Temporary Layoffs: Risks for Employers

The ongoing COVID-19 pandemic has brought several issues to the forefront for employers and employees, one of which has been … Read more

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Nelson v Marchi 2021 SCC 41 – Tort Immunity for “True Policy Decisions” – A Tougher Defence for Municipalities?

In the recent Marchi case, the Supreme Court of Canada provided a clearer framework and delineation between true policy decisions … Read more

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Best Lawyers Canada 2022 Edition

Guild Yule is proud to announce that eight of our partners have been recognized in the 2022 edition of Best … Read more

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Briefing Note: British Columbia changes to no-fault system

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Experts and Disbursement Limits

In part of its ongoing package of reforms to reduce litigation cost, the British Columbia government has recently enacted into … Read more

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