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Mullay v Shaba, 2023 ONSC 2022  Reading Time: 4 minutes  (approx.) By: Chloe Jardine (Articled Clerk)  This Motion stems from a motor vehicle accident which occurred on July 19, 2020. The Plaintiff was previously unsuccessful attempting to serve the Defendant with the Statements of Claim at the address listed on the accident report and sought an order for substituted service to serve...
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Wust (Estate) v Novex Insurance Company, 2023 NBKB 62.  Reading Time: 6 minutes  (approx.) By: Weston McArthur (Articled Clerk)  This matter concerned two class action lawsuits launched against The Estate of Pierre Wüst (the “Estate”). Mr. Wüst was a massage therapist who, from around 2006 to 2017, filmed his patients as they were receiving massages from him and saved the recordings on his computer....
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John Howard Society of Peel-Halton-Dufferin v Pennock, 2023 ONSC 2839.  Reading Time: 4 minutes  (approx.) By: Weston McArthur (Articled Clerk)  On May 12, 2021, the John Howard Society of Peel-Halton-Dufferin (the “Plaintiff”) filed a motion for default judgement against two of the defendants named in the action: Darren Pennock and Nancie Parker (the “Defendants”). Because the Defendants’ Statement of Defence was struck out, they were...
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Martin et al v Estate of Pierrette Landry and Pembridge Ins. Co., 2023 NBKB 32. Reading Time: 3 minutes  (approx.) By: Weston McArthur (Articled Clerk)  The Plaintiffs were all involved in a motor vehicle accident in which Pierrette Landry (now represented by her Estate) attempted suicide by crossing the center lane into oncoming traffic. Ms. Landry’s insurer was Pembridge...
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Graysbrook Capital Ltd. v Viva Development Inc., 2023 NBKB 35  Reading Time: 3 minutes  (approx.) By: Chloe Jardine (Articled Clerk)  The Plaintiff, Graysbrook Capital Ltd. (“Graysbrook”), pursued a claim against several defendants (“Defendants”) for the balance of a loan for the construction of a building in Saint John, New Brunswick. A fire occurred on March 16, 2022, following which the building was deemed a total loss. The Defendants then pursued a Third-Party...
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Ontario v St. Paul Fire and Marine Insurance Company, 2023 ONCA 173   Reading Time: 5 minutes (approx.) By: Chloe Jardine (Articled Clerk)  The appellant, His Majesty the King in the Right of Ontario (herein “Ontario”), appealed a decision which found that its general liability insurer, St. Paul Fire and Marine Insurance Company (herein “the Insurer”), did not have a duty to defend Ontario in a class action as the claims being alleged did...
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Pridmore v. Drenth, 2023 ONSC 817 Reading Time: 5 minutes (approx.) By: Charles Foster & Jadrien Hong In March of 2014, Breanne Pridmore (the Plaintiff) was injured while a passenger on an ATV driven by Tyler Drenth and owned by his father, Theodore Drenth (collectively, the Defendants). The Defendant owner had an insurance policy issued...
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Gill v The Wawanesa Mutual Insurance Company, 2023 BCCA 97 Reading Time: 3 minutes (approx.) By: Chloe Jardine (Articled Clerk) In December 2019, water backed up and escaped from a drain located in the sun deck area of a home owned by the Gills (“the Gills”). The sun deck was akin to an exterior room,...
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LeBlanc v Losier and Losier, 2023 NBQB 23. Reading Time: 6 minutes (approx.) By: Weston McArthur (Articled Clerk) Tammy Leblanc, the Plaintiff was involved in a motor vehicle accident with Julien and Guy Losier (the Defendants) on September 15, 2018, in Bartibog, New Brunswick. The Plaintiff took action against the Defendants and subsequently brought a...
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Abbas v Esurance Company of Canada, 2023 ABCA 36  Reading Time: 6 minutes (approx.)  By: Weston McArthur (Articled Clerk)  Mr. Abbas (“the Plaintiff”) was involved in a motor vehicle accident as a passenger where the driver was uninsured. He made claims for Section B benefits and SEF No. 44 benefits, but in his Section B...
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