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Helicopter Company Cannot Limit Liability in Work Related Accident

A recent decision of the Yukon Territory Supreme Court rejected an application by a helicopter company to limit its liability to its insurance policy limits in a work-related accident case. The motion arose out of an action brought by two passengers on a helicopter that crashed  on July 10, 2012, near Carcross, Yukon. Both passengers were Read more...

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Summary Judgment for Failure to Give Notice under s.44(10) – “Substantial Inconsistencies in the Evidence” noted by the Court

On February 18, 2016, the Ontario Superior Court of Justice released its decision on a motion for Summary Judgment, in Bourassa v. Temiskaming Shores (City). In the reasons for decision, the Court rejected several arguments put forth by counsel for the Plaintiff, Lorenzo Girones, Q.C., of Girones Lawyers, and granted the City’s motion to dismiss Read more...

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Summary Judgment for Failure to Give Notice under s.44(10) – “Substantial Inconsistencies in the Evidence” noted by the Court

On February 18, 2016, the Ontario Superior Court of Justice released its decision on a motion for Summary Judgment, in Bourassa v. Temiskaming Shores (City). In the reasons for decision, the Court rejected several arguments put forth by counsel for the Plaintiff, Lorenzo Girones, Q.C., of Girones Lawyers, and granted the City’s motion to dismiss Read more...

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