Darryl Greer

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

Singaporean tycoon sues Concord Pacific president for $245 million

Oei Hong Leong claims damages in alleged conspiracy to tie up Plaza of Nations lands

Cannabis sector players denied security clearances

Executives fight back in court against federal government over alleged criminal associations

Trucker who suffered heart attack files class action over sleep aid

Legal action follows FDA, Health Canada warning over ‘U-Dream’ supplement

Langley township residents claim politicians failed to declare conflicts in votes for developments by campaign contributors

Mayor, three councillors received “substantial contributions from property developers” before approving projects, lawsuit says

Tax-evasion crackdown runs into gauntlet of legal challenges

Years after Panama Papers leak, hurdles abound as lawsuits mount against CRA collection efforts to catch offshore tax evaders

Beedie taking City of Vancouver to court in bid to revive controversial Chinatown development project

Developer Ryan Beedie is taking the City of Vancouver to court in a bid to revive a controversial development project at 105 Keefer Street in Chinatown that whipped up fierce opposition from social...

B.C., feds struggle to close money laundering loophole

Lawyers cite solicitor-client privilege in opposing efforts to compel them to report suspicious transactions