May 28, 2021
Dear ABLE BC members and industry colleagues,
We invite you to join us for a free webinar on Wednesday, June 16 at 10:00 am PT: What does BC’s No-Fault Auto Regime mean for liquor liability?
BC’s new no-fault auto regime creates a “disincentive” for a patron to sue you. Does that mean insurance should be cheaper and easier to get? Join Lorne Folick (Dolden Wallace Folick LLP) to discuss the impact of of the no-fault auto regime on your liquor business.
Register for the webinar. If you cannot attend live, a recording will be sent out to everyone registered.
To learn more about the application of BC’s no-fault auto regime to commercial liquor licensees, download this article by Lorne Folick and Ouran Li.
If you have any other questions or concerns, please contact Danielle Leroux (Director of Membership and Communications): firstname.lastname@example.org.
About Lorne Folick
Lorne Folick’s practice is dedicated exclusively to specialty insurance defence litigation. Lorne currently acts for many of Canada’s largest commercial and personal lines insurers in North America, as well as several underwriters at Lloyds of London.
Lorne is an experienced specialty insurance defence lawyer with particular expertise in liquor liability, sports and recreation liability and medical malpractice. Lorne has been peer-reviewed and recognized by Lexpert as one of Canada’s Leading Practitioners in the area of commercial insurance litigation.