ARTICLES AND PRESENTATIONS
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Kadey was recognized once again by Lexpert with the Zenith Mid-Career Excellence Award.
Kadey B.J. Schultz and Jason Frost present their views on the evolving role of insurance defence litigation firms and how Schultz Frost LLP plays a unique, consultative role, partnering with clients to manage risk and reduce reliance on outside counsel.
Get up to speed on changes regarding:
- The ability of insurers to conduct EUOs
- Why catastrophic impairment is NOT a benefit (and the implications)
- Limitation periods
- Interest on retroactive attendant care benefits
- Loss transfer in chain reaction collisions
In recognition of her leadership, professional achievement, teamwork and business acumen, Kadey Schultz was recognized by Lexpert with the 2015 Leading Lawyers under 40 Award and Canada's Leading Litigation Lawyers Award.
Cyber criminals have perpetrated - and continue to perpetrate - on banks around the world a spin on the classic bait-and-switch manoeuvre. The new form of phishing has already proved very costly and should serve as a caution that all industries, not just financial institutions, need to develop cyber resilience to avoid getting hooked in.
The essential insurance law update from the OBA Institute's 2015 CPD Seminar on February 4, 2015, featuring important cases dealing with priority, deflection, loss transfer, attendant care benefits, interest, threshold, and more.
In 2015, the Supreme Court of Canada affirmed this decision and this article's commentary by affirming Juriansz J.A.'s insightful dissent from the Court of Appeal decision of the same name.