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Jeevan Mand and Dean Winterton have created a short presentation on the law on disclosure obligations when one party settles … Read more
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
Guild Yule LLP is proud to be included in The Globe and Mail’s Canada’s Best Law Firms 2023, with special … Read more
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
In his role as a member of the Board of Directors of Mediate BC, Adam Howden-Duke, has written an article … Read more
In a recent British Columbia Supreme Court decision, Riley J. granted an Application to strike portions of a Notice of … Read more