Nawaz Tahir

Partner | London

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Portrait of Nawaz Tahir

Whether in a courtroom or on a football field, litigator Nawaz Tahir prides himself on developing well thought out tactical and strategic game plans to provide favourable outcomes for his clients and his teams. Nawaz has conducted jury and non-jury trials, arbitrations, and appeals. His competitive yet pragmatic nature has led him to success at all levels of court in Ontario.

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Nawaz Tahir speaks at the Middlesex Law Association’s annual “Straight from the Bench” Conference on the topic of “Professionalism – Administrative Dismissals”.

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Court of Appeal: PJI/Deductible/Costs Changes are Retroactive, SABS fully deductible and Punitive Damages not Appropriate

On September 19th, 2017, the Ontario Court of Appeal released it’s much anticipated decision on whether or not changes to how pre-judgment interest is calculated would be a retroactive change or not.  The Court also adjudicated upon a number of...

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Ontario SABs Insurers Do Not Have to Justify EUO Reason

The Ontario Court of Appeal, in Aviva Insurance Company of Canada v. McKeown, 2017 ONCA 563 (CanLII) determined an insurer is not required to provide a “justification” to compel an applicant for benefits to attend an examination under oath pursuant...

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Ghost Writing in Medical Reports: Something to be Scared Of?

In the case of Kushnir v Macari, the defendant sought an order for defence medicals with an orthopedic surgeon and a neuropsychologist.   The plaintiff sought terms to ensure that the reports were not “ghost written”.  The court noted that there...

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Production of Insurer’s File

In Alofs v Blake, Cassels & Graydon, an insurer paid out a director’s liability claim and then commenced a subrogated action against the lawyers that structured the deal that lead to the director’s liability claim.  The law firm, in defending...

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When does Interest Start in Delayed CAT Benefit Disputes?

The Court of Appeal recently considered the issue of when interest starts to accrue under the Statutory Accident Benefits Schedule  in situations where there is a disputed catastrophic impairment designation (“CAT”).  In Van Galder v Economical, the insurer paid attendant...

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Transitional Issues for Mediating/Arbitrating AB Disputes

With the change from FSCO to the LAT, some questions have arisen about when it is too late to file for a mediation at FSCO, what the effect of an outstanding mediation is on a LAT proceeding, how limitation period...

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Insurers Can Lighten their Legal Expenses with a new AABS and LATs Workout!

In my blog entry of  February 5, 2016, I talked about the upcoming changes to the procedure for accident benefit disputes. And further updates are now available. The License Appeal Tribunal (LAT) will be accepting applications to its new Auto...

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The AB Alphabet Soup’s New Letters – SLASTO and LAT

The Ontario Government, in their quest to reduce automobile insurance premiums, announced substantive and procedural changes to the accident benefits world that will be taking effect soon.  This article deals with the procedural aspects of the changes. These changes are...

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Leveraging Favourable Settlements

It is a well known reality of our industry that very few personal injury claims make it to trial.  However, my personal experience has been that when you prepare a file as if you are going to trial, you can...

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