5th Annual Update - Key Civil Litigation Cases Across Canada 

May 19, 2022
Online

CBA SPRING LAW SERIES 2022
CBA Fall Law Series 2022

 

5th Annual Update - Key Civil Litigation Cases Across Canada

Presented by the CBA Civil Litigation Section

Thursday May 19, 2022 | 12:00 pm - 1:30 pm ET

Registration Fees


 

TIME EVENT

12:00 pm - 1:30 pm

5th Annual Update - Key Civil Litigation Cases Across Canada

The most recent & significant case law in civil litigation throughout Canada will be reviewed by our knowledgeable regional speakers to ensure you remain on the right side of emerging case law.  Some of the cases that will be covered include:

  • Nelson (City) v Marchi, 2021 SCC 41 – Anns/Cooper duty of care test and government liability
  • Northern Regional Health Authority v. Horrocks, 2021 SCC 42 - resolving disputes over jurisdiction 
  • CBC v Manitoba, 2021 SCC 33 - doctrine of functus officio 
  • HMB Holdings Ltd. v Antigua and Barbuda, 2021 SCC 44 - enforcement of foreign judgments 
  • Trial Lawyers Association of British Columbia v. Royal & Sun Alliance Insurance Company of Canada, 2021 SCC 47 - promissory estoppel and insurer’s duty to investigate third parties
  • Stericycle ULC v. HealthPRO Procurement, 2021 ONCA 878 - duty of good faith in the context of public tenders
  • Foxgate Development Inc. v. Jane Doe, 2021 ONCA 910 – improper order to strike a self-represented pleadings (conflating contempt with abuse of process)
  • Murphy v. Mullen, 2021 ONCA 872 - assessing damages (whether the damages awarded were foreseeable).
  • Aviva Insurance v. PK Construction Ltd., 2021 NSCA 66 – interpretation of automobile policy (test for coverage)
  • Racki v Racki, 2021 NSSC 46 – tort for invasion of privacy
  • Fennelly v. Lloyd's Underwriters, 2021 NLSC 160 – dismissal for want of prosecution
  • Der v. Zhao, 2021 BCCA 8 – side walk liability 
  • Rosewall v. Sechelt (District of), 2022 BCSC 20 – liability of the province under the tort of nuisance 
  • Turpin v. TD Asset Management Inc., 2021 BCSC 1830 – rejection of expert report on the basis of bias
  • Giustra v. Twitter, Inc., 2021 BCCA 466 - BC jurisdiction over Twitter

 

 

Speaker(s)

Catherine Fawcett, Q.C., Fawcett Cutler
Jessica Mank, McCarthy Tetrault
John B. Martens, MLT Aikins LLP
Marlisa H. Martin, Nanuq Law

Moderator

TBA

 

 

  

Registration Fees

CBA Members: $60
CBA Young Lawyer Members (<5 years): $45
CBA Student Members: $15
Non-Members: $155
Government: $95
Plus applicable taxes

 

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5 – 9 registrants = 10% discount
10 – 19 registrants = 15% discount
20+ = 20% discount
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