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Harper Grey LLP | Canada | 26 Nov 2020

Income Support for Individuals

The pandemic has created significant financial stress for many Canadians. Those who have lost their jobs as a result of COVID-19 and those who have…
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Harper Grey LLP | Canada | 26 Nov 2020

What Constitutes an Unreasonable Amount of Surveillance?

In the recent case Williams v. Sekhon, 2019 BCSC 1511, the court considered the issue of whether the defendant's efforts to complete surveillance of…
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Harper Grey LLP | Canada | 24 Nov 2020

Significant Risks to Buyers and Sellers of Residential Tenant Occupied Property which are not Addressed in the Typical Standard Form Real Estate Contract

In the last several years, our province has implemented significant measures intended to protect tenants of residential housing. Some of this…
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Harper Grey LLP | Canada | 18 Nov 2020

Shift Changes may Impact on Childcare Arrangements but that is not Discriminatory

In Ziegler v. Pacific Blue Cross (No. 2), 2020 BCHRT 125, the BC Human Rights Tribunal (Tribunal) determined that Pacific Blue Cross (PBC) did not…
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Harper Grey LLP | Canada | 13 Nov 2020

Refusal to Work

With the ongoing surge in COVID 19 cases employers need to be aware of their obligations. The recent Public Health Order which is in place from…
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Harper Grey LLP | Canada, USA | 10 Nov 2020

Seeking coverage as an additional insured when it all goes up in flames

The additional insured was not entitled to coverage as the liability arose from the additional insured’s own decision making and not from the…
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Harper Grey LLP | Canada | 10 Nov 2020

It’s a moot point - when an appeal offers no practical remedy

Where there is no practical remedy offered by an appeal, the court may exercise its jurisdiction to decline to hear the appeal.
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Harper Grey LLP | Canada | 10 Nov 2020

What to do when there are two applicable insurance policies?

Two insurers, both found to be primary insurers with concurrent duties to defend, were required to share the defence costs equally, subject to a…
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Harper Grey LLP | Canada | 10 Nov 2020

No coverage where insured failed to prove smoke damage

Insured was not covered for minor contamination to property, made by smoke and soot from a nearby fire, as there was no evidence of damage, and…
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Harper Grey LLP | Canada | 10 Nov 2020

Insured driver’s failure to take steps to ascertain the negligent driver’s identity may have been reasonable

An insured driver’s failure to take steps to ascertain the negligent driver’s identity after being struck and prior to the driver fleeing the scene…
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