Insurance

Right-to-sue decisions at Workplace Safety and Insurance Appeals Tribunal can be fact-driven: lawyer

Right-to-sue decisions at Workplace Safety and Insurance Appeals Tribunal can be fact-driven: lawyer

Decision pertains to slip-and-fall accident in a parking lot after worker’s normal work hours

Insurer not liable when insured’s move from home triggered policy’s vacancy exclusion clause

Insurer not liable when insured’s move from home triggered policy’s vacancy exclusion clause

Court agrees with insurer’s argument that case involves no genuine issue requiring trial

Duty-to-defend analysis of insurer’s data exclusion clause can be interpreted on application: Court

Duty-to-defend analysis of insurer’s data exclusion clause can be interpreted on application: Court

First decision in Canada dealing with exclusions for distribution and display of data, says lawyer

New insurance customer fair treatment standard meant to clarify duplication and inconsistency

New insurance customer fair treatment standard meant to clarify duplication and inconsistency

Outside counsel’s broad perspective of application valuable to in-house teams, says lawyer

COVID creating increased interest in waivers, but enforceability difficult in some areas

COVID creating increased interest in waivers, but enforceability difficult in some areas

Canadian Lawyer Magazine hosting webinar on effective use of waivers Jan. 27

Class action against auto insurers over HST deduction headed to Court of Appeal

Class action against auto insurers over HST deduction headed to Court of Appeal

Plaintiffs lawyers say if appeal unsuccessful, legislative action required to fill regulatory gap