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November 2023 | Insurance Litigation, Life & Disability, Personal Injury
Case Citation: Trim v. Braun, 2023 ABCJ 242 Written By: Mohit Malhotra, Associate Background: In this case, the Plaintiff, Mary Alice Trim (the “Plaintiff / Respondent”), initiated three separate legal actions alleging negligence against medical practitioners, including emergency department doctors and nurses, and claiming vicarious liability of medical staff and facilities of the hospitals she […]
November 2023 | Insurance Litigation
Background: This case centers around plaintiff Iryna Fedotkina, who was involved in two motor vehicle accidents, one in 2015 and another in 2019, resulting in personal injuries on both occasions. The dispute involved a series of undertakings, but eventually narrowed down to two key undertakings: Undertaking 13: To provide all independent medical examinations or other […]
September 2023 | Labour & Employment
Written by: Fahad Malik Intro The central issue of the case is whether a without-cause dismissal can later be reclassified as a for cause dismissal when the material circumstances were known to the employer before the dismissal. J Lema found it cannot. The first half of the decision deals with the reclassification of a without-cause […]
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