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Ian Dunbar

Ian Dunbar

Associate

Office
Halifax
Tel: 902.444.8421
Fax: 902.425.6350


Languages
English

Profile

Ian is a member of our general litigation, construction, and insurance groups and has a particular focus on long-term disability litigation. He has represented insurers on a variety of issues, including casualty, coverage, property, fire loss, commercial liability and disability claims. Ian also has extensive experience litigating commercial and corporate disputes. In addition, he has acted as lead counsel in relation to construction disputes, dispute resolution in the area of technology and intellectual property, and regulatory offences.

 

Ian has appeared as lead counsel before the Supreme Court of Nova Scotia and the Nova Scotia Court of Appeal on numerous occasions. He frequently lectures and writes on issues relating to insurance law and trial advocacy.  He is the past chair of the CBANS Municipal Law Section and a current director of the Parkinson Society Maritime Region. He also lectures on Civil Trial Practice at the Schulich School of Law at Dalhousie University.

 

 

 

 

Education

  • LL.B., University of New Brunswick (2006)
  • B.Sc. (Hons.), Acadia University (2003)
Legal Update: Like It Or Not – NS Courts Decide On Production of Electronic Information
February  7, 2014

On January 28, 2014 the NS Court of Appeal and Supreme Court each released separate but complementary decisions dealing with the production of “electronic information” – including Facebook content – in a personal injury claim. Together, they offer a helpful framework when seeking production of electronic information:    Electronic Information Production Framework. The Court of

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Legal Update: Recent NS Supreme Court Decision – It’s (Almost) All About The Experts
December 19, 2013

A recent NS Supreme Court ruling on four pre-trial motions in the context of a personal injury claim offers litigants practical guidance on using expert evidence – and the minor cap decision – at trial:   You Can Examine Your Own Expert.  For the first time, the Court confirmed that if opposing counsel asks for

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Bar Admissions

Nova Scotia (2007)

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