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978-0-7798-7798-0
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Approximately 320 pages
1 volume bound
softcover
2017-02-13
Canada Law Book

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Sports and Recreation Liability Law in Canada
By: Lorne Folick, B.A. (Hons.), LL.B, Michael Libby, B.A., LL.B., Paul Dawson, B.A., M.A. LL.B
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Description

This book addresses all aspects of sport, recreation, and event liability in Canada. It covers in depth the bases for potential liability of those involved in the sports and recreation field (including, but not limited to, amateur teams, participants, sports leagues, non-profit organizations, facility owner/operators, for-profit teams and organizations, owner/operators of attractions, employers, risk managers, and event planners/sponsors and hosts). The book also addresses numerous issues that impact directly upon such liability issues. These include issues of insurance coverage for both named and “additional” insureds, defences, waivers, contributory negligence, and voluntary assumption of risk.

About the Author
Lorne Folick, B.A. (Hons.), LL.B., is a senior partner at Dolden Wallace Folick LLP and has a practice dedicated exclusively to insurance defence litigation. Mr. Folick currently acts for many of Canada's largest commercial and personal lines insurers, as well as several underwriters at Lloyds of London. Mr. Folick has acted as counsel in all manner of liquor related litigation. He is particularly well-regarded in the fields of liquor liability and is the leader of his firm's complex personal injury team. He has authored many publications and spoken at various insurance seminars on a wide range of insurance issues.
Michael Libby, B.A., LL.B., a partner at Dolden Wallace Folick LLP, has extensive experience as a litigator and represents insurers in the defence of liability claims. A significant part of his practice is comprised of defending commercial hosts in tort actions. He has appeared before all levels of Court in British Columbia as well as the Alberta Court of Queen's Bench and numerous administrative tribunals. Mr. Libby also has considerable experience in the defence and prosecution of alcohol and motor vehicle related offences under the Criminal Code and provincial statutes. Mr. Libby is a regular guest instructor for the litigation component of B.C.'s Professional Legal Training Course, is the Program Director for the Inns of Court Program (an educational program for young lawyers) and is the co-author of Annotated British Columbia Motor Vehicle Act and Liquor and Host Liability Law in Canada (Canada Law Book).
Paul Dawson, B.A., M.A. LL.B. practises in a wide range of insurance related litigation, including defending professional and product liability, construction and personal injury claims, pursuing subrogated actions, and providing coverage analysis to insurers. He has co-chaired seminars and presented papers on legal research for Continuing Legal Education of British Columbia, the Canadian Bar Association, and Canadian Defence Lawyers. Mr. Dawson has taught legal research and writing as an Adjunct Professor in the University of British Columbia's Faculty of Law.