Applicability of “care, custody or control” exclusion to a “Park & Fly” service


On January 10, 2018, Amélie Thériault appeared before the Supreme Court of Canada on behalf of an insurer that invoked the standard “care, custody or control” exclusion in a CGL Policy to deny coverage to its insured, a hotel which offered a “Park & Fly” service to its customers. The hotel required the customers to […]

Éliane Dufour-Fallon Joins Gasco Goodhue St-Germain


We are pleased to announce that Éliane Dufour-Fallon has joined the firm as an associate. She will be a welcome addition to our team.

Shared Learning


In November of 2017, Michael Goodhue and Amélie Thériault provided six (6) hours of accredited courses to independent adjusters in the following three (3) subject matters: The new Code of Civil Procedure two (2) years after; General principles of law involving cargo transportation; Technology available to thieves: how to better manage risks of loss of […]

Isabelle Leblanc et Andrée-Ann Robert give a conference on the “Duty to Defend”


On October 27, 2017, our colleagues Isabelle Leblanc and Andrée-Ann Robert presented a paper entitled “The Progressive Homes decision of the Supreme Court: the impact” as part of the Bar of Quebec’s annual symposium on “Recent Developments in Insurance Law”.

Gasco Goodhue St-Germain wins appeal before the Supreme Court of Canada


On October 13, 2017, the Supreme Court of Canada rendered its judgment in the matter of Montreal (City) v. Dorval (2017 SCC 48). The Court held that the recourse brought against the City, in its capacity as principal of the police officers, by the family members of a woman murdered by her former spouse after […]