Electrical conduit was installed with an open end. Rain water flooded a house. Contractor negligence. Source: 2020 BCSC 211 Perrick v. RJS Electrical Contracting Ltd.
It’s been a while since I’ve had a deep dive into the world of ICBC car insurance claims. But, the first thing that I can tell you is that under this new system there will be no “pain and suffering” claims. So you can’t golf, stroll in the woods or do you favorite hobby anymore. […]
Employment termination is ugly. Loss of LTD benefits is uglier. Source: 2018 ONCA 381 (CanLII) | CanLII It’s common to see employees subject to termination lose access to LTD benefits. This becomes a very serious matter when the employee becomes disabled before or in and around the termination date. This case says that on the […]
I read this case concerning shared iphone accounts and it is, on a number of levels, troubling: Source: 2019 CanLII 104260 (BC LA) | CanLII Who knew that this much intrigue could take place in a town that claims to have the world’s largest fly fishing rod. The grievor serviced the district water system (all […]
Supreme Court of Canada leave to appeal denied. Victoria, was required to, and did not, get provincial approval to make a bylaw relating to an environmental concern. Bylaw concerning plastic bags was not a bylaw relating to business. The BC Court of Appeal had this to say:  Over the last few […]