Publications

PRESENTATION

Nina Bombier spoke at Osgoode's program Expert Evidence in Personal Injury Cases: Winning Strategies and Techniques, which took place December 10, 2015.

PUBLICATION

Nina Bombier's article appeared in the June 12, 2015 issue of the Lawyers Weekly. This article discussed a recent decision which affirmed that a covenant to insure will operate as a transfer of risk, and that non-contracting parties can be protected by this transfer despite the lack of privity.

PUBLICATION

Nina Bombier co-authored an article that appeared in the May 8, 2015 issue of the Lawyers Weekly published by Lexis Nexis Canada Inc. This article discusses the decision in Mallory v Werkmann Estate, which reinforces how the duty of loyalty and good faith owed by defence counsel to the insured client must trump the interests of the insurer that appoints and pays for counsel.

PRESENTATION

Matthew Sammon will be a speaker at Osgoode's 10th Annual Update on Personal Injury Law and Practice taking place on September 30, 2014. 

PUBLICATION

Nina Bombier co-authored the article The Dangers of Voluntary Compliance which appeared in the May 9, 2014 issue of The Lawyers Weekly.

PUBLICATION

Nina Bombier authored "General Electric Canada Company v. Aviva Canada, Inc.", a case comment on representation of the appellant at the Ontario Court of Appeal for Take Five, Ontario Edition: On Point Legal Research.

PUBLICATION

Glenn Smith co-authored the article Hidden Treasure and Hydra's Heads: How Clarifying Canadian Insurance Law can Address Environmental Harm in The International Comparative Legal Guide to Insurance & Reinsurance, Global Legal Group Ltd, London, UK (2012, 2013 editions).

PUBLICATION

Smith, G., Maroudas, E. and Breedon, R.  "The Significance of the Alie v. Bertrand & Frère Decision", (2003) 21 Can. J. Ins. L. 1.

PUBLICATION

Glenn Smith co-authored the article Exhaustion of Policy Limits and the Duty to Defend: When Enough is Enough which appeared in Volume 22 of the Canadian Journal of Insurance Law.  ((2004) 22 Can. J. Ins. L. 1.)