The “Duty to Defend” Exception: James Steele’s article appears in Hearsay

James Steele has published an article in Hearsay, the publication of the Canadian Defence Lawyers (CDL).  The CDL is a national organization of Canadian defence lawyers, including those who practice in insurance defence.

James’ piece focuses on whether liability insurers should face extraordinary costs penalties in proceedings determining a duty to defend.

Jennifer Pereira Presents on Marijuana and Insurance Issues

In October 2018, federal legislation comes into force which authorizes Canadian provinces and territories to establish mechanisms for the sale of recreational marijuana.

Anticipating the effect this may have on its members, the Law Society of Saskatchewan is offering the seminar After the Ashes – The Legalization of Recreational Marijuana to address some of the issues faced by various practice areas.

This televised seminar takes place Friday, September 28, 2018 and included in the agenda is Jennifer Pereira‘s presentation on “Marijuana and Insurance Issues”.

Month: September 2018