Twenty-five years after the overhaul of the automobile insurance regime in Ontario, some interesting questions have yet to be resolved.
Jurisdictional issues have been the focus of attention by the Supreme Court of Canada and the Court of Appeal of late.
Our firm can’t seem to sit still. When we’re not resolving cases on our clients’ behalf we are running, volleying and building all in the name of charity.
We discussed the Supreme Court’s long-awaited decision on the interpretation of Ontario’s new summary judgment rule at our Friday lawyers’ breakfast last week.
The program took the audience from the immediate date of loss right through to the trial, and included a panel discussion on practical tips and expectations from the bench, the insurance client and counsel in the presentation and litigation of property claims.