Locating past legal cases can be time consuming, confusing and incomplete if searched for in the wrong places. Both in-depth and comprehensive, the Canadian Insurance Law Blog is the premier database and index for leading substantive cases involving insurance laws in Canada.
Begun in 2004 by Michael Thomas and Nigel Trevethan of Harper Grey LLP, the blog contains easy-to-navigate case databases and indexed archives that are organized by jurisdiction, type of insurance and topic.
The Canadian Insurance Law Blog provides immediate access to detailed case summaries and insightful commentary on cases that have helped shape the current state of this area of law. The blog is a key resource for:
- insurance lawyers who need up-to-date and relevant information on all areas of insurance law;
- in-house counsel, particularly at banks and insurance companies;
- non-legal professionals in the insurance industry, such as adjusters and underwriters, who want a better understanding of the legal principles and responsibilities that apply to their role; and
- law libraries that want to provide a useful resource for lawyers and students who don’t deal with insurance matters on a regular basis.
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