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The trial judge wrote in
Skrepnek v Krochak, 2014 ABQB 358
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Sopinka J. for the Supreme Court in Snell held that factual uncertainty in that case did not automatically defeat the claim but that a “robust and pragmatic approach to the facts” could enable an inference to be drawn even though medical or scientific expertise could not arrive at a definitive conclusion: Snell at para 22.
and the “not quite” might result in some lawyer, or even some judge, who ought to, but doesn’t, know better concluding that the “not quite” means that the result of the trial is wrong in law. 2,357 more words
ON 20 AUGUST 1984, the High Court of Australia delivered Jaensch v Coffey HCA 52; (1984) 155 CLR 549 (20 August 1984).
A plaintiff suffered nervous shock when immediately after an accident she saw her injured husband in hospital and was told of the seriousness of his injuries. 454 more words
FINRA securities arbitration panel awards over $900,000, including interest and attorneys’ fees, to a customer for claims involving the purchase of RB Acquisition Corp preferred stock . 62 more words