Darryl Greer

Lawsuit of the week: Burnaby tries to block release of city-owned property information

The City of Burnaby is seeking to block the release of property ownership information over concerns of inflated land acquisition prices

Lawsuit of the week: Short-term rental operators sue Sechelt over land use regulations

A group of property owners is taking the District of Sechelt to court to overturn new amendments to the municipality’s business licence bylaw that they say unlawfully restricts them from offering...

Lawsuit of the week: New Squamish mayor wants BC Supreme Court to help unmask author of smear campaign

The newly elected mayor of Squamish is taking Internet domain name firm Go Daddy Domains Canada Inc. to court to unmask the owner of a website behind an alleged smear campaign in the run-up to the...

Lawsuit of the week: Airbnb host sues guest after controversy erupted online over alleged “threats of violence” for poor review

A Vancouver Airbnb host is suing Dr. Alex Moore, an associate professor at the University of British Columbia, claiming his short-term rental business was ruined after she went public with...

Lawsuit of the week: Lawsuits describe couple’s frantic escape from deadly Capilano River flooding event

A husband and wife caught up in the sudden and deadly flooding of the Capilano River in October 2020 are suing the Metro Vancouver Regional District and the Greater Vancouver Water District, claiming...

Lawsuit of the week: Ferry firms sue Nanaimo Port Authority over stalled passenger ferry plan

A trio of companies is suing the Nanaimo Port Authority (NPA) and a private equity firm for allegedly stealing confidential information related to a plan to start a high-speed...

Lawsuit of the week: Jehovah’s Witnesses ramp up court battle with B.C.’s privacy commissioner

A pair of congregations of Jehovah’s Witnesses is taking the Information and Privacy Commissioner of British Columbia to court, claiming an order to release confidential religious records under the...

Lawsuit of the week: Ahead of lengthy trial over alleged construction defects, companies behind downtown Vancouver’s Shangri-La tower haggle with insurer in court over defence costs

The group of companies behind the luxury Shangri-La tower in downtown Vancouver is taking XL Insurance Company Ltd. to court, claiming the insurer is wrongfully holding out on providing defence costs...

Lawsuit of the week: City of Prince George sues insurance company over denial of pandemic-related business interruption coverage

The City of Prince George is suing the Royal & Sun Alliance Insurance Company of Canada, claiming the insurance company wrongfully denied business interruption coverage for devastating revenue...

Party member files court petition to delay BC Liberal leadership race results

BC Supreme Court action seeks information about audit of alleged irregularities and voter fraud