Getting a grip on slip-and-fall cases: Nelson (City) v. Marchi

The SCC decision provides criteria for determining if a practice is 'core policy' or 'operational'

Getting a grip on slip-and-fall cases: Nelson (City) v. Marchi

A BC slip-and-fall case sent back to the trial court by the Supreme Court of Canada last year was recently settled without a retrial. But even without readjudication, lawyers say it has created more clarity around liability considerations for core policy decisions by a government body.

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