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For years, Foster & Company has published our newsletter, In Brief, in order to help our clients in the insurance industry and beyond stay informed of new legal developments that will affect their businesses in years to come.
Print Print Version Issue 201, May 2015

We are pleased to announce that our reader of the Month is…. Marlene Price of Cain Insurance! Congratulations Marlene! Be one of the first 25 readers of any of our articles and be entered into a draw for some Foster and Company Swag.

Foster and Company would also like to take this chance to introduce the newest member of our team, Marie-Hélène Haché. Marie-Hélène graduated from the Bachelor of Civil Law program at the University of Ottawa in 2014 and will be receiving her Juris Doctor Degree from the Université de Moncton in May 2015.

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1st Case

Insurers Beware: Two Year Limitation Begins Only After Insurer Denies Benefits Under Section D

Tucker v. Unknown Person, 2015 NLCA 21


By: Katherine Toner
Reading Time: 2 minutes

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2nd Case
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Mother and Child Not at Fault When Child Bicycles onto Road and is Struck by Car 

Humble (Litigation guardian of) v. Murphy, 2015 NBQB 58

By: Katherine Toner
Reading Time: 2 minutes


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3rd Case
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Supreme Court Refuses to Hear Appeal on "Dependant" Issue Relating to SEF 44 Endorsement

Scottish & York Insurance Co. Limited v. Clement Drover, et al. SCC Court File No. 36143


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