Verjee Law Blog & News

Verjee Law Succeeds for the Plaintiff

Alberta Court of Queen’s Bench Confirms that the Completion of a Formal Step as Outlined in the Rules of Court is a Significant Step that Advances an Action In the recent Endorsement provided by Master Prowse on February 7, 2022 in Swaikoski v Steele, et al, Verjee Law successfully represented the Plaintiff and defended an […]

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Zul Verjee Q.C. recognized as Leading Litigation Lawyer in Canada and America

Congratulations to Zul Verjee Q.C. for his 14th year of being recognized as one of Canada’s leading litigation lawyers in the 2022 Canadian Legal Lexpert® Directory. In addition, Zul Verjee Q.C. has been selected as a Fellow of the Litigation Counsel of America. The Litigation Counsel of America is a trial lawyer honorary society composed […]

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Verjee Law Succeeds

Double Costs: Alberta Court of Queen’s Bench Expands on the Rules Regarding Formal Offers to Settle and Double Costs Awards – Verjee Law Succeeds In the recent decision of 1490703 Alberta Ltd v Chahal, 2021 ABQB 853, the Alberta Court of Queen’s Bench expanded on the application of Rules 4.29 of the Alberta Rules of […]

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Featuring: Megan A. Klein

Megan Klein has worked with Verjee Law for almost two decades. A persuasive advocate, Megan relies on the depth of her business knowledge to deliver results for clients inside the courtroom and out.  In conjunction with her commercial litigation practice, Megan and her 19 years of legal experience, provide advice and assistance to clients with […]

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Verjee Law Supports Isolated Seniors

Verjee Law is honored to be a part of the Seniors Secret Service again this year! This organization enhances the lives of over 5000 isolated seniors in Calgary and works with over 127 partner agencies to identify who can benefit from this program. Our staff at Verjee Law loved shopping and supporting our group of […]

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How Evidence is Allowed in Arbitration

Arbitration is an alternative dispute resolution process in which the decision is made by one or more neutral third parties called arbitrators.  An arbitrator will consider the matter in dispute and the evidence put forth by the parties, and render a decision in a manner similar to that of a judge. In contrast to decisions rendered by […]

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Verjee Law wins full indemnity costs following a successful Summary Judgment Application and Appeal

Zul Verjee Q.C. was successful in making new law in the area of costs awarded following a successful summary judgment application.  In this case we did better than an offer made and the court awarded what amounted to full indemnity for the legal fees incurred.  Congratulations to our team. https://www.canlii.org/en/ab/abqb/doc/2021/2021abqb853/2021abqb853.html?resultIndex=1

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Pierringer Agreement: Encouraging Parties To Settle In Multi-Party Litigations

A Pierringer Agreement is a great tool for encouraging parties to settle in multi-party litigations. This form of agreement was first introduced in the 1963 decision of the Wisconsin Supreme Court in Pierringer v. Hoger, 124 N.W. 2d 106. A Pierringer Agreement is a form of proportionate share agreement that severs the liability of one (or […]

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Happy Thanksgiving from Verjee Law

From our team to your family…Happy Thanksgiving

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