In our last blog on the subject, we noted that court can be a bad place to resolve differences. Nobody likes to go to court. We recognize this and take every opportunity to settle the claims of our civil litigation clients outside of court. But sometimes there is very little choice. If you have a claim for damages, or are being sued, you will need a lawyer who has the skill to deliver an appropriate verdict in the courtroom. As you can see from the Harris & Brun court wins we have listed below, and the ones referred to in…
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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