Monthly Archives: July 2012

Risk Management of Olympic Proportions: Crunching the Numbers and Insuring the London 2012 Games

In anticipation of the London 2012 Olympic Games starting today, the International Olympic Committee (IOC) has faced a myriad of issues, not least the risks, relating to insuring an event that the UK Defence Secretary, Philip Hammond, described as “the

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Recent Ontario Decision Permitting Subrogation Claim By Tenant Against Landlord

 A recent decision by the Ontario Superior Court of Justice serves as a reminder of how contractual language in lease agreements may permit recovery against a negligent party in subrogated claims. In Designer Collection Sales Inc. v. 161 Spadina Inc.,

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Work Product or Not? California Supreme Court Provides Insight on Recorded Statements in Coito v. Superior Court

Recorded Statements and Work Product Protection On June 25, 2012, the California Supreme Court rendered its decision on a critical issue for attorneys and investigators alike: Is a recorded statement taken by an attorney, or her/his agent, afforded attorney work

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