Darryl Greer

Who's getting sued: January 30, 2023

These corporate claims were filed with the BC Supreme Court registry in Vancouver. Information is derived from notices of civil claim, which have not been tested or proven in court

Lawsuit of the week: B.C. First Nation wants court to overturn federal government’s ruling on proposed petroleum storage facility

The Metlakatla First Nation is taking the Prince Rupert Port Authority and the federal government to court to overturn a determination that a proposed bulk liquid petroleum storage facility isn’t...

Lawsuit of the week: Surrey man accuses health authorities of abusing detention powers

A Surrey man is suing several British Columbia health authorities for the alleged abuse of their emergency powers to detain “vulnerable individuals” against their will under the province’s Adult...

Lawsuit of the week: Donnelly's cannabis company seeks creditor protection amid liquidity crisis

Court petition details business leader's ill-fated entry into retail cannabis industry with Dutch Love retail venture

Patent, partnership court fight looms for biotech 

Vancouver’s AbCellera Biologics faces legal challenge to company’s founding narrative

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: 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...