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Tag Archives: Limitation

Damages limited but not covered in Telus v Peracomo

The odyssey of Peracomo Inc. v. TELUS Communications has finally come to an end with the release of a Supreme Court of Canada decision partially reversing the lower court findings. Readers may recall that this case began when Réal Vallée, a fisher … Continue reading

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Queen of Nanaimo sets course for Maritime Time-Bars

A recent decision of the Supreme Court of British Columbia, Sperling v. Queen of Nanaimo (Ship), 2014 BCSC 326, clarified issues arising out of the potential conflict between maritime limitations and provincial limitations statutes: Passenger claims for injury arising out of … Continue reading

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The Best Offence…

More than 95% of cases settle; while a contested trial makes for good television, early and favourable settlements make for the best client outcomes. Continue reading

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