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For the first time from April 1, 2019, the Civil Resolution Tribunal (CRT) will have jurisdiction to decide minor injury motor vehicle claims to a $50,000 maximum. The CRT Chair is a presenter to explain the new CRT jurisdiction. Our other presenters are experts in administrative law, civil litigation and [...]Find out more
This session will explore the application of Charter values in administrative law settings. Oliver Pulleyblank and Matthew Voell will address the role and scope of Charter value arguments before administrative tribunals, with particular emphasis on the new statutory framework involving motor vehicle cases before the Civil Resolution Tribunal.Find out more
Beginning April 1, 2019, the BC Civil Resolution Tribunal (CRT) will have jurisdiction in motor vehicle accident personal injury disputes where there is a “minor injury.” This means that disputes about benefits, damages, and liability up to $50,000 will come under the rubric of the CRT. Learn about the impact [...]Find out more
On June 14, 2019, the Kelowna Bar Association is having a luncheon featuring Matthew Voell who will present on the BC Civil Resolution Tribunal. As of April 1, 2019, the BC Civil Resolution Tribunal has jurisdiction in motor vehicle accident personal injury disputes where there is a “minor injury” and [...]Find out more
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