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The Times They Are A-Changin': More Important Stuff on Expert Witnesses

Canada - August 16 2017 It is trite to say that the hallmark of the Canadian judicial system (and of most common-law jurisdictions) is fairness. In pursuit of preserving that...


‘DIY': Experts Must Write Their Own Reports

Canada - April 11 2017 Recently, I received a report from an engineering expert, which was poorly written: bad grammar and organization, unnecessarily long, and missing...


It's Privileged: Should Litigation Privilege attach to pre-litigation Adjusters' Files?

Canada - December 19 2016 Litigation privilege serves to protect from disclosure, documents that came into existence (a) after litigation has been commenced, or (b) when...


The Correct Approach to the Interpretation of Boilerplate Policy Wording in Canada

Canada - November 2 2016 On September 15, 2016, the Supreme Court of Canada released its highly anticipated decision in Ledcor Construction Ltd. v. Northbridge Indemnity...

Avi Sharabi.


It Says what it Says: Pre-Tender Defence Costs should not be Covered under the Policy

Canada - October 24 2016 The British Columbia Court of Appeal has now set the record straight about pre-tender defence costs: If a policy expressly states that an insured must...

Avi Sharabi.