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 […]
Default judgement was granted against anonymous internet defamation parties. Source: 2020 ONSC 205 (CanLII) | CanLII
Case concerns lack of gap in snowbank for pedestrian crossing. A detailed analysis of what constitutes an operational versus policy decision follows. Here the creation of snowbanks without allowing for a safe pedestrian crossing gap could be an operational decision allowing for a negligence finding. Source: 2020 BCCA 1 Marchi v. Nelson (City of)
An up to date analysis of post-termination covenants in British Columbia. Failure to get advice on setting up these agreements will cause tremendous grief for both the employer and the employee. Source: 2014 BCCA 97 Rhebergen v. Creston Veterinary Clinic Ltd.