Rousta v. MacKay, 2017 BCSC 644

JurisdictionBritish Columbia
JudgeThe Honourable Mr. Justice Skolrood
Citation2017 BCSC 644
Defendant CounselO.L. Wilson G.K. Crouch
Docket NumberM151252
CourtSupreme Court of British Columbia (Canada)
Date20 April 2017
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4 practice notes
  • Johnson v. Avis Rent a Car,
    • Canada
    • Supreme Court of British Columbia (Canada)
    • June 4, 2021
    ...Ms. Johnson cites Gojevic v. Philpott, 2001 BCSC 748, aff’d 2002 BCCA 483, and Rousta v. MacKay, 2017 BCSC 644, aff’d 2018 BCCA 29, as examples of cases where a plaintiff has recovered damages in this category measured by the anticipated income from a proposed new business ven......
  • Ingram v. Munroe, 2019 BCSC 234
    • Canada
    • Supreme Court of British Columbia (Canada)
    • February 22, 2019
    ...the following cases: a) Kijowski v. Scott, 2015 BCSC 2335 $140,000 b) Birkich v. Cantafio, 2016 BCSC 40 $125,000 c) Rousta v. MacKay, 2017 BCSC 644 [81] The defendants submit that damages under this head of between $75,000 and $80,000 are appropriate. The defendants rely upon: a) Hancott v.......
  • Luminary Holding Corp. v. Fyfe,
    • Canada
    • Supreme Court of British Columbia (Canada)
    • February 3, 2021
    ...the court ultimately determined the plaintiffs had not tendered sufficient evidence to establish any losses. [231] In Rousta v. MacKay, 2017 BCSC 644, the court also needed to assess the viability of a business venture that was relatively new. The court found that the expert had failed to a......
  • Crozier v. Insurance Corporation of British Columbia, 2019 BCSC 160
    • Canada
    • British Columbia Supreme Court of British Columbia (Canada)
    • February 12, 2019
    ...loss of capacity arising out of inability to pursue a new or planned business were discussed by Mr. Justice Skolrood in Rousta v. MacKay, 2017 BCSC 644, aff’d 2018 BCCA 29. After canvassing the earnings and capital asset approaches, he stated [100] Where an injured plaintiff derives his or ......
4 cases
  • Johnson v. Avis Rent a Car,
    • Canada
    • Supreme Court of British Columbia (Canada)
    • June 4, 2021
    ...Ms. Johnson cites Gojevic v. Philpott, 2001 BCSC 748, aff’d 2002 BCCA 483, and Rousta v. MacKay, 2017 BCSC 644, aff’d 2018 BCCA 29, as examples of cases where a plaintiff has recovered damages in this category measured by the anticipated income from a proposed new business ven......
  • Ingram v. Munroe, 2019 BCSC 234
    • Canada
    • Supreme Court of British Columbia (Canada)
    • February 22, 2019
    ...the following cases: a) Kijowski v. Scott, 2015 BCSC 2335 $140,000 b) Birkich v. Cantafio, 2016 BCSC 40 $125,000 c) Rousta v. MacKay, 2017 BCSC 644 [81] The defendants submit that damages under this head of between $75,000 and $80,000 are appropriate. The defendants rely upon: a) Hancott v.......
  • Luminary Holding Corp. v. Fyfe,
    • Canada
    • Supreme Court of British Columbia (Canada)
    • February 3, 2021
    ...the court ultimately determined the plaintiffs had not tendered sufficient evidence to establish any losses. [231] In Rousta v. MacKay, 2017 BCSC 644, the court also needed to assess the viability of a business venture that was relatively new. The court found that the expert had failed to a......
  • Crozier v. Insurance Corporation of British Columbia, 2019 BCSC 160
    • Canada
    • British Columbia Supreme Court of British Columbia (Canada)
    • February 12, 2019
    ...loss of capacity arising out of inability to pursue a new or planned business were discussed by Mr. Justice Skolrood in Rousta v. MacKay, 2017 BCSC 644, aff’d 2018 BCCA 29. After canvassing the earnings and capital asset approaches, he stated [100] Where an injured plaintiff derives his or ......

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