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Good Faith in Canadian Insurance Law (Proview online only)
By: Roderick S.W. Winsor, B.A., LL.B
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Good Faith in Canadian Insurance Law will give practitioners and insurance professionals the information they need when dealing with bad faith claims in insurance law. Keeping you up to date with the law, this book includes:
  • Whether there is an implied obligation of good faith in contract
  • The issues raised by such an obligation
  • The application of the obligation of good faith to insurance in Canada
  • A critical analysis and summary of existing law
  • Detailed suggested approaches to bad faith claims for insurers, insureds and others affected by insurance
  • What does a good faith obligation apply to, and what does it not
  • Possible novel applications for a good faith obligation
An important resource for anyone doing insurance-related work.
  • Practitioners will gain a solid understanding of the principles of the implied obligation of good faith and get practical guidance on handling cases based on existing case law and analysis.
  • Insurance industry professionals and in-house counsel will get a better sense of the law and more clarity on the limits of their obligations.
  • Counsel will benefit by understanding how to avoid and respond to bad faith claims and manage litigation more effectively
About the Author
Roderick S.W. Winsor, B.A., LL.B., is a partner in Blaney McMurtry LLP and was called to the Bar of Ontario in 1975. With three decades of experience in litigating commercial and insurance-related disputes at the trial and appellate levels, he has wide experience with claims involving obligations of good faith. He regularly deals with the assessment and litigation of insurance coverage issues and is experienced in domestic and international commercial arbitration and class actions. Mr. Winsor has written many articles related to insurance law and has been a speaker at numerous conferences for the insurance industry and the legal profession. He is also the co-author of The Insurance Act of Ontario Annotated. Mr. Winsor has been awarded the highest rating possible by Martindale-Hubbell, the prestigious international lawyer ranking service, and he is listed in Lexpert and in Expert Guides World's Leading Insurance and Reinsurance Lawyers.
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