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Trial by Fire

October 6, 2019 by Glenn Gibson, Joe Toscano & David E. Bridges

What to think about when selecting the right expert for fire and explosion cases 

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Owning the Supply Chain

October 6, 2019 by Emily Atkins, Freelance Writer

How the P&C industry is reacting to the Intact-On Side Restoration deal, which breaks new ground in Canada

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Intact loses court battle over voiding auto policy for misrepresentation

September 26, 2019 by Greg Meckbach

If an Ontario auto insurer discovers a client made a material misrepresentation or non-disclosure in its application, could the insurer treat the policy as invalid to begin with? Not now. Or at least, not if the fact situation is the

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Extensive fire damage to 29-unit PEI apartment building

July 18, 2019 by THE CANADIAN PRESS

CHARLOTTETOWN – A pre-dawn fire has extensively damaged a three-storey apartment building in downtown Charlottetown displacing more than 50 people. The Canadian Red Cross says most of the tenants in the 29-unit complex on 10 Harley Street are seniors. The

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Will roadside marijuana tests be upheld in court?

May 7, 2019 by Jason Contant

The ability to properly test marijuana impairment with roadside devices remains front and centre seven months after legalization, with at least one possible legal fight brewing. “I think our big issue in Canada, whether it’s a roadside test or from

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How sales commissions can result in disputes over vacation pay

April 24, 2019 by Greg Meckbach

If you employ commissioned sales people, how are you calculating their vacation pay? Calculating employees’ vacation pay can be an issue for any company whose sales staff earn both a base salary and commission, Toronto employment lawyer Andrew Monkhouse, managing

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New Ontario auto catastrophic impairment definition starts in 2016

September 3, 2015 by Canadian Underwriter

A new definition of catastrophic impairment, for vehicle accident injuries, takes effect next year, the Financial Services Commission of Ontario suggested in a recent bulletin. The new definition of catastrophic impairment, in Ontario’s standard accident benefits schedule (SABS), “includes new