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  • Hockey & Voluntary Assumption of Risk

    Hockey season is upon us. The 2021-2022 NHL season is the 105th season for the league. The NHL also expanded to 32 teams and welcomed the addition of the new Seattle Kraken team. The beginning of a new NHL season always brings a lot of excitement to hockey fans across the country. It also mirrors th … Read more »

  • Secret Path Week: Film Recommendations

    Secret Path Week is a national movement commemorating the legacies of Gord Downie and Chanie Wenjack, and takes place annually from October 17-22. This is a meaningful week as October 17th and 22nd respectively mark the dates that Gord Downie and Chanie Wenjack joined the spirit world. Oatley Vigmon … Read more »

  • Should You Sue Your Own Family?

    You are headed up north for a family weekend at the cottage. You are a front seat passenger in your father’s vehicle when you are involved in a motor vehicle collision.  You are seriously injured. Should you sue your own father? Put simply: yes, if your father was at fault or partially at fault for … Read more »

  • Insurance and Risks of Misrepresentation

    When you apply for insurance, you have a duty to disclose all relevant information and be honest in answering every question. Failing to do so can amount to misrepresentation which may lead the insurer to void the policy or deny you coverage. Material misrepresentation simply means failing to report … Read more »

  • Going to Court in Your Kitchen, on Zoom

    The pandemic has ushered in a new world of virtual litigation. Before March 2020, it was rare for a witness to attend in Court by video-conferencing. Since March 2020, it is the new norm. In the last year and a half, people have been appearing in Court on Zoom in anything from traffic ticket cases t … Read more »