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February 12, 2015 ICBC has come out with their top exaggerated and fraudulent claims of 2014. Suffice it to say, it is not wise to try and pull a fast one on ICBC especially when your story has absolutely no credence!
February 09, 2015 In a previous blog post, I wrote about the pros and cons involved with owning assets in joint tenancy. One of the highlighted reasons for owning property in joint tenancy was for estate planning purposes in order to ensure that the property passed immediately to the surviving owner.
December 17, 2014 I recently had the opportunity to defend a car dealership in an action where the plaintiff was claiming that they had effectively sold him a lemon because components of the heating and air conditioning system ('HVAC') were not working properly. The plaintiff's claim was that his vehicle was not fit for the purpose for which it was intended under the Sale of Goods Act (the 'Act').
December 13, 2014 In 2012 the Ontario court of Appeal recognized a new privacy tort: intrusion upon seclusion. That decision may have opened the floodgates with the Ontario Court now certifying a class action against the Bank of Nova Scotia for claims relating to various breaches of privacy by a bank employee.
November 04, 2014 It is an annual tradition for my family to go to the mall in the fall and purchase our annual season ski passes. We get our pictures taken (and I have kept our passes for every year - they show the children growing up and, unfortunately, my wife and I getting old), and I sign a waiver.