Insurance Coverage

The Bronfmans and the Brokers: Who is Responsible for Advising the Obviously Rich of the Obvious Risks?


The duty owed by insurance brokers to advise on insurance coverage will be addressed by the Ontario Court of Appeal later this year in Bronfman v. BFL. This case has it all: an unsolved theft, Stanley Cup rings, and millions of dollars’ worth of jewelry. Of course, it’s not about the theft, the rings, or [...]

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