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Monday Morning Case Bites for April 27, 2020

Last Week’s Court Rulings from the Alberta Court of Queen’s Bench, Court of Appeal and SCC.
Edited by Amanda Kostek & Steven Graham

HOOPP Realty Inc v Emery Jamieson LLP, 2020 ABCA 159
Limitation Period
Fode v Paragon Gaming EC Company, 2020 ABQB 266
Inordinate Delay | Application to Strike | Presumption of prejudice Read More

Monday Morning Case Bites for April 20, 2020

Last Week’s Court Rulings from the Alberta Court of Queen’s Bench, Court of Appeal and SCC.
Edited by Amanda Kostek & Steven Graham

4075447 Canada Inc v WM Fares & Associates Inc, 2020 ABCA 150
Inordinate Delay | Rule 4.31
Intact Insurance Company v Unruh, 2020 ABQB 260
Procedural Fairness | Appeal of an Read More

Monday Morning Case Bites for April 6, 2020

Last Week’s Court Rulings from the Alberta Court of Queen’s Bench, Court of Appeal and SCC.
Edited by Amanda Kostek & Steven Graham

McKay v Prowse, 2020 ABCA 131
Rule 4.33 | Drop Dead Application | Onus to advance on Plaintiff
Zoltan Gergely Farm Inc v Wawanesa Mutual Insurance Company, 2020 ABPC 47
Contents Read More

CBM Operations During the COVID-19 Outbreak

Visitors to our website will be familiar with our “Always Thinking” tagline and our focus on “always thinking about ways to settle or advance a client’s file” .

Today we are thinking about much more, starting with the health and safety of all our staff and clients.

While we are all facing many challenges, we want to assure you that CBM is open for Read More

Monday Morning Case Bites for March 30, 2020

Last Week’s Court Rulings from the Alberta Court of Queen’s Bench, Court of Appeal and SCC.
Edited by Amanda Kostek & Steven Graham

Malig v Kaur, 2020 ABCA 111
Pre-Judgment Interest
801 Seventh Inc v CNOOC Petroleum North America ULC, 2020 ABQB 198
Service outside Canada | Hague Convention for Service | Validation of Read More

Update on Rules of Court and Court Closures

On March 17, 2020, Regulation 36/2020 was created, resulting in certain changes to the Rules of Court. The following is a summary of those changes:

Rule 2.23 – amended to restore the Court’s discretion to allow a non-lawyer agent to appear in litigation involving other persons, subject to the Legal Profession Act 

Rule 4.16 Read More