Caitlin Ohama-Darcus to speak at CLEBC webinar on “Court of Appeal Advocacy and Practice,” June 22, 2023.

May 15, 2023

Caitlin Ohama-Darcus will join a panel of experienced appellate litigators for the CLEBC live webinar “Court of Appeal Advocacy and Practice 2023,” from 9:00 am to 4:30 pm on June 22, 2023. Caitlin is a co-author of the new edition of the Civil Appeal Handbook, and she will be providing highlights from the Handbook as well as…

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Angela Bespflug named 2023 Litigation Star by Benchmark Litigation Canada

April 26, 2023

Murphy Battista LLP is delighted to congratulate our colleague Angela Bespflug for being named a 2023 Litigation Star in the 12th edition of Benchmark Litigation Canada. Angela’s advocacy talent and dedication to the pursuit of justice on behalf of class action plaintiffs continue to distinguish her as one of Canada’s…

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Caitlin Ohama-Darcus to speak at TLABC on “The Responsible Use of Counterclaims for Defamation and Abuse of Process,” May 11, 2023

April 19, 2023

Caitlin Ohama-Darcus will join other experienced litigators at the day long TLABC seminar “Under Pressure: Out-of-the-Box Litigation Tactics and Their Ethical Limits,” on May 11, 2023. Caitlin will be sharing her knowledge and expertise on the responsible use of counterclaims for defamation and abuse of process. Early bird rate ends on…

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Angela Bespflug has been shortlisted for the 2023 Benchmark Litigation Canada Awards

March 10, 2023

Murphy Battista LLP is pleased to announce that Angela Bespflug has been shortlisted for the 2023 Benchmark Litigation Canada Awards (Plaintiff Litigator of the Year). These honours recognise the country’s most distinguished litigators and law firms for their exemplary work. To view the 2023 shortlist, visit this link. To learn…

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Scott Stanley talks to CBC about COVID-19 travel insurance claim denial

January 23, 2023

Scott Stanley was recently asked by CBC to comment on a travel insurance claim denial involving COVID-19 testing.  In this case, an Ontario man’s insurance claim was denied after he tested positive while vacationing in Antigua despite having COVID-19 medical coverage. Things were fine until a few days before the…

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ThreeBestRated ranks Andrew Brine and Bill Dick, K.C in Top 3 Medical Malpractice Lawyers 2023

January 12, 2023

We are pleased to share that ThreeBestRated has ranked Murphy Battista LLP lawyers Andrew Brine and Bill Dick, K.C., among the Top 3 Medical Malpractice Lawyers in Vancouver and Kelowna, respectively. Andrew Brine is one of a handful of lawyers in Canada with extensive experience on both sides of medical…

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Our Vernon office has a new location!

Our Vernon office has a new location!

December 14, 2022

As of December 14, 2022, Murphy Battista LLP’s Vernon office will move to 203 – 3306 32nd Avenue, Vernon, BC  V1T 2M6. The Vernon office phone number will remain the same but please note that the fax number is now: 1-866-475-5271. We look forward to continuing to serve clients in the Okanagan…

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Senior injured in stolen car crash worried about ICBC’s no-fault policy

November 18, 2022

A Surrey, B.C senior injured when his car was hit by a stolen vehicle was interviewed by Global News about the impact of ICBC’s “no-fault” policy on getting fair compensation for his injuries. According to Global News, Keith Colpitts, 73, suffered broken ribs, multiple contusions and other injuries when a…

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The Lawyer’s Daily covers certification of class action against Canada on behalf of Armed Forces veterans

October 26, 2022

The Lawyer’s Daily recently interviewed class counsel Angela Bespflug to get her comments on the recent certification of Bruyea v His Majesty the King, 2022 FC 1409. This case is a class action against Canada on behalf of Canadian Armed Forces members who were eligible for the Supplementary Retirement Benefit…

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Sexual grooming and exploitation claim filed against former soccer coach and the school

October 24, 2022

The lawsuit alleges that the plaintiff was sexually groomed and exploited while attending Oak Bay High School by her teacher and high school soccer coach. After a lengthy investigation into these allegations by the British Columbia Commissioner for Teacher Regulation, the teacher received a lifetime teaching ban in August. Janelle…

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