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.
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.
Lorne Scott, Domenic Venturo and Alan Rudakoff proved why they are the cream (pie) of the crop on Friday when they put their faces on the auction block to raise funds for the Calgary United Way campaign.
In 2017, Scott Venturo Rudakoff LLP started an action to challenge the validity of a provision of the Alberta Family Law Act under section 15 of the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms, the equality provisions. As a result of our advocacy, the matter came to the attention of the government.
Scott Venturo Rudakoff LLP offers the challenges of a fast-paced and sophisticated practice but also places a premium on work-life balance. Our exceptionally cohesive and accomplished team of associates and partners have a very active file portfolio and generate abundant work.