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  • With COVID-19, business interruption claims will not be the only claims

    There has been a lot of coverage, and a lot of ink spilled (does that expression even have meaning any more?) about the potential and actual business interruption claims that may be made by insureds arising out of the COVID-19 pandemic. However, very little attention has been paid, at least so far, … Read more »

  • Is Breach Response Privileged? Perhaps not.

    One of the big questions about breach response has always been whether or not the documents produced in response to a breach, such as forensics reports and communications with third party experts, are privileged. There are two categories of privilege that can potentially apply in this context, litig … Read more »

  • Accident Benefits COVID-19 Edition: IRB vs CERB

    Even the world of statutory accident benefits has to deal with novel issues in the time of COVID-19. Imagine the following scenario: An individual is involved in an automobile accident. They sustain injuries and are unable to return to work. They apply for statutory accident benefits. They are entit … Read more »

  • Access Granted: Nunavut Privacy Breach

    It is commonplace to provide certain levels of clearance to different individuals in an organization. Typically, individuals with more power will have more access rights than lower level employees. Organization must be aware of what access limits an individual has, and more importantly, they must ha … Read more »

  • COVID-19: Is Business Interruption included in Property Coverage?

    It seems like ages ago the WHO proclaimed that the COVID-19 virus was officially a pandemic. Since then, countless countries implemented quarantine rules, some more restrictive than others, forcing residents to physically isolate themselves in an effort to slow the spread of the virus. In Ontario, t … Read more »