Are Business Interruption Losses due to COVID-19 Covered? We are closer to some answers as class action moves towards trial.
In a recent LAT decision, the adjudicator was unfavorably “shocked” at an insurer’s conduct toward its insured. Let’s talk about what went so terribly wrong in this motion to dismiss an application.
Dismissals alleging cause are usually “all or nothing” litigation. A recent Manitoba Court of Appeal decision has confirmed employees are not entitled to pre-dismissal investigations. But there’s more…
In This ‘Right To Sue’ Application The WSIAT Deal With The Issue Of When A Worker’s Activity Is Considered To Be Reasonably Incidental To Their Employment.
Find out why this pizza delivery driver was denied coverage.
Does slipping on ice next to a vehicle come within the definition of accident under Ontario’s statutory accident benefits scheme?
Why the Ontario Superior Court said “Neigh”.
The Ontario Court of Appeal finds data exclusions to be “clear and unambiguous”.
The duty to defend is broad. The category of evidence that can be considered in determining that duty remains quite narrow.
The tort of “harassment in internet communications” has arrived in Ontario!