Don’t be crabby about an adverse trial decision…appeal!
Fillmore Riley's Jason Roberts recently published "Don’t be crabby about an adverse trial decision…appeal!" in the Risk Management Counsel's newsletter.
Jason reports on how the British Columbia Court of Appeal recently considered the interaction between the old common law of occupiers liability, the Occupiers Liability Act (“OLA”), and the common law of negligence in Agar v. Weber, 2014 BCCA 297. The insufficiency of the trial court’s reasons played a central role in the decision. To read the full article, please click here.