Uncertain Surety: Expiration of a Limitation Against a Principal is not a Defence to a Bond Claim

Sometimes failing to arbitrate a dispute with a binding arbitration provision can be fatal to a claim under a construction contract, particularly if the limitation period to commence the arbitration has expired.  But, in the case of a project with a performance bond, things can sometimes become more complex. Performance bonds are a common tool […] Read More

Travelling soon? Here’s your Coronavirus Round-Up

Your much awaited vacation to Asia or Europe is fast-approaching and suddenly you’ve started to take notice of the non-stop coronavirus coverage. Should you cancel? What are your options? Does your insurance cover you? Field Law’s Immigration Team has gathered some of the top issues to consider before setting off. Waiving Travel Change Fees There […] Read More

Six Circles of Hell: Priority Among Insurers In An Alberta Rental/Leased Vehicle Claim

Accidents involving rental/leased vehicles give rise to overlapping insurance coverage situations. The rental/leasing company will have an owner’s policy covering it and anyone driving with its consent. The driver may have an owner’s policy of his/her own relating to his/her own vehicles that may provide the driver with coverage in some cases. The driver’s employer […] Read More
August 8, 2018