A successful summary dismissal of a slip & fall claim will be of interest to insurers due of the number of slip and falls that occur in Alberta per year.
SVR Lawyers' Domenic Venturo Q.C. and Alan Rudakoff Q.C. have been recognized again this year in The Canadian Legal Lexpert® Directory.
Insurers are often required to bear the burden of any ambiguity, leading to cases where coverage is extended beyond what was likely anticipated or intended. This was exemplified recently in the case of Wage v Canadian Direct Insurance Incorporated, 2019 ABQB 303.
SVR Lawyers and Viewpoint are pleased to invite you to a presentation on orthopedic injuries.
Members of SVR Lawyers hit the pavement with colleagues from the insurance industry for the 9th edition of The Run for L’Arche.
A notice from the Court of Queen’s Bench of Alberta (March 12, 2019) brings a return of mandatory dispute resolution before trial for civil actions.
On March 28th, Dionne Levesque will be presenting at the Canadian Condominium Institute Calgary luncheon on ‘Stage 2: Condo Legislation Update… are YOU ready?‘.
With the introduction of Civil Practice Note No. 7, Alberta has taken a step towards ending vexatious or abusive litigation before it has a chance to start.
Many congratulations to our founder, Lorne Scott Q.C. as he celebrates 50 years at the Alberta Bar.
In Alberta, grandparents and other relatives do not have any guaranteed rights to see a child. In this post, Stacey Lee explains the legal steps that relatives can pursue if an agreement cannot be reached directly with the parents or guardians.