Nobody likes to go to court. However, if you have to take your case to court, the following results show that Harris & Brun Law Corporation has one of the finest lineups of courtroom lawyers in the province, perhaps even in the whole country. The following successes of Harris & Brun trial lawyers are documented in chronological order. As you will see from these results, our trial lawyers are equally adept at succeeding for defendants and plaintiffs. In Sherrell v. ICBC, 2019 BCSC 103, a case which was defended by Lyle Harris, the plaintiff sued ICBC for a declaration that…
Defendants successfully oppose addiction claim despite the absence of direct supportive evidence
Jennifer Brun appointed as Queen’s Counsel
Jennifer Brun appointed to the British Columbia Supreme Court Civil & Family Rules Committee for five-year term.
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