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Harper Grey LLP | Canada | 11 Sep 2019

Case Summary: It does not help to have an “a-ha!” moment too late

The insured’s claim for property damage was excluded from coverage by the policy’s illegal drug operations exclusion. Insurance law - Property

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Harper Grey LLP | Canada | 11 Sep 2019

Case Summary: Pointing the finger at everyone else when everything goes up in flames backfires

The additional insured on a CGL policy was not entitled to coverage because the loss did not arise from the named insured’s operations. The

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Harper Grey LLP | Canada | 11 Sep 2019

Case Summary: Business interruption claims are not subject to a rolling limitation period

An insured’s business interruption loss claim is not subject to a rolling limitation period as an insurer does not have a recurring contractual

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Harper Grey LLP | Canada | 11 Sep 2019

Case Summary: Actions against insurers for bad faith handling of SABs claims are exclusively within the jurisdiction of the LAT

The insured’s action against her insurer for bad faith handling of her SABs claim is barred by the dispute resolution provisions of section 280 of

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Harper Grey LLP | Canada | 4 Sep 2019

The powers that be: how to use your Power of Attorney

When you're planning your estate or getting your personal and financial affairs in order, a Power of Attorney is an important piece of the puzzle

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Harper Grey LLP | Canada | 20 Aug 2019

Case Summary: Pharmacists Professional Misconduct: The scope of conditions a Discipline Committee can impose when there is a finding of professional misconduct

The court considered the nature of the conditions the Discipline Committee of the Ontario College of Pharmacists can impose when there has been a

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Harper Grey LLP | USA | 20 Aug 2019

Case Summary: Errors in review of medical record lead to decision of ICRC being set aside

Superior Court overturns decision of the Health Professions Appeal and Review Board on the basis that the ICRC fundamentally erred in its review of

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Harper Grey LLP | Canada | 20 Aug 2019

Case Summary: Complaint Dismissed: What can the BC Human Rights Tribunal consider when dismissing a complaint on the basis that it “would not further the purpose of this Code”

The court considered the scope of the authority of the BC Human Rights Tribunal to take into account the results of a separate workplace proceeding

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Harper Grey LLP | Canada | 20 Aug 2019

Case Summary: Court of Appeal upholds Law Society’s significant fine and suspension against lawyer with repeat infractions

The Court of Appeal upheld the Law Society Hearing Committee’s imposition of a six month suspension and $40,000 fine on the basis that the penalty was

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Harper Grey LLP | Canada | 13 Aug 2019

Case Summary: Insured indemnified after being defrauded of defibrillators

Insured succeeded on summary judgment application as the insured had not voluntarily surrendered defibrillator units as a result of the purchaser’s

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