From time to time in this industry we are faced with having to address claimants who feel they have been wronged, but whose situation does not fit within that of a recognized duty or standard of care. In these situations, a Plaintiff may try to argue that a formerly unrecognized duty of care exists in […]
Alberta’s Condominium Act has been updated with changes coming into effect on January 1, 2018 and April 1, 2018. The amendments include many changes that will impact the operations of condominium boards and developers. How the changes were enacted The Condominium Property Amendment Act was passed in Dec, 2014 but not proclaimed in force. Two […]
Congratulations to Alex Gough, Canada’s Olympic Bronze medalist in the women’s luge! We are proud to have supported your athletic development.
See the guide here: RMC Guide to Litigating in Canada Scott Venturo Rudakoff LLP and the other members of Risk Management Counsel of Canada (RMC) have teamed up to produce a Guide to Litigation in Canada. The guide offers an introduction to the key steps to progressing a claim in each Canadian province. The guide will […]
Janet Russell, Q.C., is acting to challenge the Alberta Family Law Act definition of a child which does not include children who are unable to become self-supporting due to a disability. See the article below for more information: http://www.cbc.ca/1.4195293
On this rainy Stampede morning we’re thinking back on last month’s annual golf tournament, thankful that the golf gods finally smiled down on us and granted ideal conditions! After many years of wet rounds for the SVR tournament, we were finally able to enjoy a rain-free day out on the course. On Thursday, June 15, […]
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