A commentary by Nigel Kent and articled student David Buxton-Forman was published in the May 2013 edition of Canadian Insurance Top Broker. The commentary discusses a recent decision that considered whether a breach of the duty of good faith could arise in the absence of damages flowing from a breach of an express term of the underlying insurance contract.
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