Acumen Law’s Kyla Lee kicks off the first episode of People of BC’s Justice System — a new podcast focusing on the personalities and roles in the B.C.’s legal world.
In their debut episode, Kyla talks to lawyer Chris Carta from Trial Lawyers Advocacy Group about what child support matters get litigated in B.C., and poses a legal conundrum around how far you can push responsibility in personal injury cases.
A British Columbia Supreme Court judge has been placed in the difficult position of dividing assets in a divorce when the couple’s “family business” for over two decades was illegal marijuana.
Posted by City News 1130, on September 19, 2018
ICBC could have saved thousands of dollars in a settlement before a judge awarded a woman nearly $400,000 in a malicious prosecution lawsuit.
Posted by Burnaby Now on March 3, 2016
A judge has ordered ICBC to pay an immigrant couple more than $350,000 after the corporation falsely accused them of insurance fraud…Justice Susan Griffin called the prosecution brought against Danica Arsenovski “malicious,” and said the actions by ICBC and special investigator John Gould “brought fear and shame to a vulnerable person.
Posted by The Province on Wednesday, March 2, 2016
A U.S. visitor who was hit by a bike and fell off the Stanley Park seawall last summer is suing the city, claiming the lanes are unsafe.
Posted by Global News on Friday, August 28, 2015
The Crown auto agency won’t be hiring as many private eyes, as the corporation shifts investigations to an internal team that does much of the investigative work online.
Posted by National Post on Friday, April 23, 2015
Why do Defense Attorneys want to blame plaintiff’s attorneys for the trial, the length of the trial, the cost of the trial and then call us greedy? The answer is that they don’t have anyone else to blame and if they told the truth they would have to blame themselves!
Plaintiffs’ lawyers are in the profession to help people. Plaintiffs’ lawyers are here to help injured people. Plaintiffs’ lawyers are been called ambulance chasers. If you flip that over, what do you call defense lawyers then? They are the ones who sabotage the ambulance.
Posted by Brain Injury Help on Wednesday, March 12, 2014
Thomas Harding of the Trial Lawyers Advocacy Group took on the Canadian Medical Protective Association (CMPA) in the seminal medical malpractice case of Bystedt v. Hay, 2001 BCSC 1735. The case received national attention when CBC television featured Morgan’s case in an expose of the CMPA’s conduct. Watch how the CMPA lawyer tries to defend the indefensible…