Insurance in the era of climate change

June 5, 2023

How will insurers adapt to the growing number of large-scale losses caused by natural disasters and other disturbances linked to climate change? With insurance claim payouts on the rise, it is time to review the situation.

The Ontario Court of Appeal reaffirms that only a clear, explicit and unequivocal statutory provision can abrogate solicitor-client and litigation privilege

June 2, 2023

On May 1, 2023, in Ontario (Auditor General) v. Laurentian University, the Ontario Court of Appeal followed the teachings of the Supreme Court of Canada set out in Blood Tribe and Lizotte to conclude that the Auditor General Act (the “Act”) does not contain sufficiently clear, explicit and unequivocal language to abrogate solicitor-client, litigation and settlement privilege.

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