AL-SABAH ESTATE, 2020 BCSC 169

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Judge Duncan_Al-Sabah Estate “Davison Law Group successfully represented a beneficiary in a large estate matter of a deceased Kuwaiti royal family member. Further disclosure was ordered and the judge reversed some of the administrators decisions. Only one step in the long estate process but a good step for the client by the DLG team.”

AL-THAMER V BAKHTIYARI, 2018 BCSC 1526

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http://canlii.ca/t/hts3s “DLG, working with co-counsel, obtained a Court Order on behalf of their clients (the Plaintiffs) enforcing Minutes of Settlement entered into with the other party (the Defendants), resulting in the Defendants being ordered to pay $1,750,000.00 to the Plaintiffs.”

POWELL V SJERVEN, 2017 BCSC 1546

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http://canlii.ca/t/h5q0j DLG successfully represented a plaintiff mortgage broker in his lawsuit against his former managing brokerage and its principal for breach of their agreement to continue paying him commissions after he left the firm.

FRANCESCUTTI V. VANCOUVER (CITY), 2017 BCCA 242

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http://canlii.ca/t/h4g34 In an appeal of a Supreme Court Decision DLG represented the appeal respondent. The Court of Appeal determined that the Supreme Court judge erred when he set aside a decision of the Human Rights Tribunal.

AL-SABAH V. AL-SABAH, 2016 BCCA 365

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Al-Sabah v. Al-Sabah, 2016 BCCA 365 http://canlii.ca/t/gtwc5 At the Court of Appeal, DLG represented a former administrator of her deceased father’s estate after a lower court had removed her. The Court of Appeal denied the appeal, finding that the Supreme Court judge had not committed a reviewable error in his decision.

Francescutti v. Vancouver (City), 2016 BCSC 1191

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http://canlii.ca/t/gsb3n DLG helped a former sanitation worker with the City of Vancouver bring a human rights complaint against the City on the basis of his wrongful dismissal by the City after they learned of his mental illness.  The City applied to have the complaint dismissed and DLG was successful in having that application denied.

Residential Tenancy Branch Adjudication Decision, 20 June 2016

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http://www.housing.gov.bc.ca/rtb/decisions/2016/06/062016_Decision6857%20.pdf DLG represented landlords of an apartment building who were brought to a Residential Tenancy Branch adjudication hearing by a former tenancy who claimed he was wrongfully evicted and sought a sizeable monetary judgment in damages.  The adjudicator sided with the landlords and dismissed the tenant’s claim.

M. D. V Minister of Employment and Social Development, 2016 CanLII 59174

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 http://canlii.ca/t/gtmvn DLG won an appeal it brought on behalf of an injured worker who had applied for a disability pension and previously been denied.  The Minister of Employment and Social Development opposed the appeal, but the Appeals Division of the Social Security Tribunal granted it, referring the matter back to the General Division where the disability pension was ultimately awarded.