Canadian Lawyer

March 2021

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Page 24 of 43 23 IT GOES without saying that when you are thinking of trends in the field of insurance defence law, COVID-19 would have a big role to play. "It became very clear to us very early on that the pandemic was going to completely change some key aspects of our business," says Benson Percival Brown LLP partner Heather Vaughan. That included, as it did with virtu- ally all law firms, moving to a remote work environment over the course of a weekend and then spending the next few weeks ironing out the kinks in a virtual world. As part of pivoting to a virtual practice, insurance defence firms have learned how to conduct pretty much any court hearing or meeting with clients or witnesses virtually. Examination for discoveries, mediations, TOP INSURANCE DEFENCE LAW BOUTIQUES Times are changing for insurance defence lawyers Thanks to Canadian L aw yer for naming us a Top Ten Insurance Defence Boutique. w w w . b e n s o n p e r c i v a l . c o m | 416 . 9 7 7. 9 7 7 7 IMPRESSING CANADIAN LAWYER IS GOOD. IMPRESSING OUR CLIENTS IS EVEN BETTER.

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