Denny Chung

Denny Chung

Denny joined the firm’s Vancouver office in 2018 after articling at a civil litigation firm in Vancouver.

Denny has appeared before the Supreme Court and Provincial Court of British Columbia, as well as tribunals including the Human Rights Tribunal and Civil Resolution Tribunal. He has represented clients in settlement conferences, multi-party mediations, summary judgment and summary trial applications.

His practice is diverse and includes matters relating to construction, property, occupiers liability, commercial host liability, professional liability, and errors & omissions. Denny also prosecutes subrogated claims on behalf of insurers and insured clients in relation to flooding, fire loss, business interruption, and construction deficiency matters. He has assisted in providing coverage opinions on first-party construction and property claims.

Denny has assisted in drafting insurance policy wordings and risk management protocols for clients. He has also prepared papers and presentations on the legalization of cannabis and the implications of cannabis laws and regulations on insurer and insured businesses.”

Denny is fluent in English and Cantonese.

He has also co-authored a publication on civil litigation for the Continuing Legal Education Society of British Columbia.

Professional Affiliations and Memberships

  • Called to the British Columbia Bar, 2018
  • Law Society of British Columbia
  • The Lawyers Inn Society, Board Director

Reported Decisions

  • Degen v British Columbia, 2019 BCSC 1216
  • Gutmann v. The Owners, Strata Plan LMS 13, 2019 BCCRT 235:

Denny Chung's practice areas include:

 

Cannabis

Commercial General Liability

Construction

Excess and Cross Border Auto

Hospitality – Liquor Liability, Social and Commercial Host Liability

Medical Malpractice

Product Liability

Professional Liability

Property Specialty

Sports and Recreational Liability

Subrogation

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