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Lad ats Nadarajah, 2014 ONSC 925February 17, 2015
Daniel Fiorita successfully opposed a motion to have the Registrar’s dismissal of the action set aside. Daniel was successful in his arguments and the dismissal of the action was upheld.
BCR Construction Incorporated v. Humphrey et al., 2014 ONSC 5576February 17, 2015
Joseph Villeneuve successfully opposed an appeal to the Divisional Court with respect to breach of contract claims arising from a construction dispute. Its cross-appeal was also successful and as a result, Divisional Court substituted its award for $162,000.00 in loss of profits that had been denied by the trial judge.
Thornhill v. Highland, 2014 ONSC 3018 (CanLII)July 24, 2014
David Zuber and James Tausendfruend were recently successful in a three week oil spill trial. Justice Edwards agreed with their interpretation of the law and facts and found entirely in their favour.
Kozel v. The Personal Insurance Company, 2014 ONCA 130July 24, 2014
David Zuber was recently successful in rewriting the law on relief from forfeiture in an insurance law context. In this case, Ms. Kozel was improperly denied insurance benefits for driving with an expired licence. Mr. Zuber convinced the court of appeal that the small technical mistake should not prevent her from receiving insurance coverage. A major step forward in the understanding of the law.
Bilich v Buck 2008 CanLII 32839 (SCJ)April 11, 2014
Zuber & Company LLP successfully opposed motion to bifurcate trial in the context of a complex contractual dispute involving a mining project in China.
Al-Enzi v Guyrik 2009 CanLII 6829 (SCJ)April 11, 2014
Zuber & Company LLP successfully opposed motion to adjourn trial.
Tut v RBC 2011 ONCA 644 (CA)April 11, 2014
Zuber & Company LLP successful application for insurance coverage set precedent in Ontario for G2 licenced drivers with above 0 BAC.
Leochko v Rostek 2013 ONSC 7899 (SCJ)March 12, 2014
Zuber & Company LLP successfully defended the at fault driver through a trial where the Plaintiff alleging chronic pain was ultimately liable for costs agreed at $100,000.