http://canlii.ca/t/gf943 DLG successfully defended an appeal of a lower court decision.
http://canlii.ca/t/g8r00 Prior to joining Davison Law Group, Hermann Luitingh represented a company facing allegations of discrimination on the grounds of, inter alia, ancestry and race and brought an application to have the matter dismissed.
http://canlii.ca/t/g2q57 As part of a larger lawsuit against the city of Vancouver, DLG successfully represented six community centre associations in bringing an injunction to stop the city from terminating contracts between the city and the associations and kicking the associations out of the community centres they help build.
http://canlii.ca/t/gjmvs At the conclusion of a hard fought case the BC Supreme Court found in favour of the city who sought to prohibit two hookah lounge owners from allowing their customer to smoke herbal shisha in traditional hookahs. The case challenged the validity of the City of Vancouver bylaw on multiple fronts.
http://canlii.ca/t/g2bzp An individual working for a school brought a complaint to the Human Rights Tribunal on allegations of racial discrimination. DLG represented the individual when the school district tried to have his complaint dismissed and was successful in having the school district’s application dismissed. The matters eventually settled.
http://canlii.ca/t/fxct9 DLG acted for an individual who invested in a real estate project with a partner and then sued after that partner breached their agreement by failing to pay him his share of the proceeds. The B.C. Supreme Court awarded DLG’s client damages for the lost proceeds and costs.
http://canlii.ca/t/g2bl1 DLG navigated a case where an individual was facing fraud charges by successfully varying an injunction which had frozen his assets to allow him to access him money for the purpose of funding his legal defense.
http://canlii.ca/t/g1ngv DLG represented six Vancouver community centre associations in an injunction application to stop the City of Vancouver unilaterally implementing the OneCard. The associations were not successful in Court after the City agreed to not implement the OneCard in the applicable community centres.
http://canlii.ca/t/g0q0d DLG represented a gold exploration company acquiring a nickel mining company in a reverse merger, which sought and received Court approval.
http://canlii.ca/t/g29t9 In a Supreme Court case dealing with a family dispute over the management of a trust and trust assets, DLG represented one of the trustees. The Court considered issues of the trustees’ duties, trust interpretation, and application of foreign law.