Don’t Spoil Your Subrogation Claim!

Disposing of evidence can be fatal to a subrogation claim. Not because of spoliation but because it may be impossible to prove liability without an expert assessment of the failed item….

Where there’s smoke (detectors), there’s cameras?

A recent motion decision from the Ontario Superior Court of Justice highlights the importance of having clear internal communications about privacy policies. Perhaps equally important, the decision should make organizations uneasy about how they respond to privacy...

Can I speak to the Manager?

Ontario courts have been signalling for some time now that a failure to treat pre-trial conferences seriously will have consequences.  A recent Superior Court of Justice decision may be read as increasing the standard to which insurers will be held for their...

Waivers of Subrogation Reach New “Heights”

When I graduated law school, I never expected to practice in an area where waivers of subrogation came up so frequently (or at all). Even today, I’m surprised by the number of times an unattended stovetop can lead to complex coverage issues. Coincidence or not, here...

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