Tom Macmillan discusses the definition of “household” in a recent article that was published in The Lawyer’s Daily. Tom specifically addresses an interesting Court of Appeal decision involving a homeowners insurance policy.
Carol-Anne Wyseman’s article called “Limitation period for duty to defend applications” was recently published in The Lawyer’s Daily. Carol-Anne provides her views on a surprising Court of Appeal decision.
By Brian Sunohara Emotions can run high in sports, even in recreational adult leagues. That is understandable due to the competitive nature of many athletes. However, players must play within the rules and spirit of the game. Failing to do so can result in criminal charges and a significant monetary judgment against the offender, not […]
A recent decision of the Licence Appeal Tribunal indicates that an insurer cannot simply rely on the opinions of assessors when determining a claimant’s needs. The adjudicator said that the insurer should have considered all relevant medical evidence and should have followed up with the assessors for clarification of the claimant’s needs. The failure to […]
Last week, the Supreme Court of Canada released a landmark decision which outlines a new test for the standard of review of decisions made by administrative bodies and tribunals. Brian Sunohara has written an article called “Standard of Review of Administrative Decisions: How the Supreme Court’s New Decision Applies in Ontario“. The article contains highlights of […]
We’re pleased to present the Winter 2019 edition of our quarterly newsletter, In|Sight! There are several interesting articles, which we hope you’ll find to be useful, plus news on the latest happenings at Rogers Partners. The topics in the newsletter are: Limitation Period for Duty to Defend Applications Striking Claims Against Insurance Adjusters Treating Healthcare […]