Sommaire Lloyd’s : Perspectives juridiques canadiennes

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7 janvier 2021

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Policyholders emerge victorious in recent COVID-19 claims

Ana Simões, Matthew Walwyn

Two U.S. courts have recently released decisions regarding insurance policies and restaurant closures due to the COVID-19 pandemic. In both of those cases, the courts found for the restaurants and against the insurance companies. In this article, we will briefly...

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Amendments to the Architectural Institute of British Columbia Code of Ethics and Professional Conduct: The introduction of the requirement to self-report

Karen L. Weslowski

Introduction Since 2011, the Architectural Institute of British Columbia (the “AIBC”), which is the governing body for architects in the province, has been engaged in a comprehensive bylaw review process.  The AIBC appointed a Bylaw Review Committee (the “BRC”), which...

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Bill 118: Changes to the notice period for slip and fall claims in Ontario

Ana Simões, Shannon Sturgeon

On December 8, 2020, Bill 118[1] received Royal Assent, bringing welcomed changes to Ontario’s Occupiers’ Liability Act[2] (the “Act”). The Act sets out the duties and liabilities of those in physical possession or responsibility and control of a premises, otherwise...

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Court of Appeal for Ontario rejects attempt to enforce default judgment against insurer

Sean McGarry

The Court of Appeal for Ontario has recently released a decision highlighting a little-used provision of the Insurance Act that allows parties to enforce judgments against an insurer directly. Section 132 of the Insurance Act contemplates a party obtaining a judgment...

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