The Continuing Legal Education Society of British Columbia
Practice Points

Acting for and Against ICBC
Jack S. Olsen

Current to: June, 2006
Posted: Thursday, November 30, 2006

Jack S. Olsen of the Law Society of B.C. clarifies the rules, ethics committee opinions, and case law on whether and when it is appropriate for counsel to act for ICBC on some matters and against ICBC on others.

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This paper is an excerpt from the "Personal Injury Conference 2006" course materials published by CLEBC in June 2006. The materials also include a case law update and papers on intervening causing, the effect of head restraint position on occupants who are rear-ended, and defending future care claims.