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Harmon C. HaydenAbout

Harmon C. Hayden

About Harmon Hayden

    I am internationally recognized as one of the world's leading lawyers in insurance, reinsurance, and product liability, Expert Guides, London, UK: expertguides.com. I have served as a nominee of the Attorney General of Canada on the Minister’s Judicial Advisory Committee and have appeared in the Supreme Court of Canada in EDG v. Hammer [2003] S.C.R. 459 (one of a trilogy of cases heard at the same time regarding institutional liability for sexual abuse). I have published and lectured extensively, and have served as an Adjunct Professor of Insurance Law, Faculty of Law, at Thompson Rivers University.

    Services to the local market in British Columbia are also provided to individual and businesses in insurance coverage disputes and complex commercial litigation. Mediation services are also provided to law firms throughout British Columbia.

    My wife, Conny, and I have a farm in Barnhartvale on the outskirts of Kamloops where we raise goats, donkeys, and have a variety of other animals. We enjoy skiing, windsurfing, kitesurfing, golf and travel.

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    Frances M. ButtAbout

    Frances M. Butt

    About Frances M. Butt

    Frances was called to the bar in British Columbia in 2008 and has been practicing in the area of insurance litigation for the past 10 years. Frances has represented clients at the Provincial Court of British Columbia, the Supreme Court of British Columbia, the British Columbia Court of Appeal and the Federal Court. Frances enjoys a diverse insurance litigation practice, including municipal liability, products liability, motor vehicle liability, occupier’s liability, social host and commercial host liability, construction litigation as well as subrogation and coverage disputes. In her spare time you will find Frances outdoors with her family.

    Frances.butt@haydenlaw.ca
    (604) 329-5352

     


    Cornelia HaydenAbout

    Cornelia Hayden

    About Cornelia Hayden

    Cornelia is the Executive Assistant for Harmon Hayden Law. She was an Administrative Assistant for the Consulate General of Switzerland for 10 years before moving to Kamloops. She began her career as an administrative assistant in Bern, Switzerland. She then traveled the world as a flight attendant with Swissair and Canada 3000. She is bilingual in English and German, with some French ability. She is responsible for firm management generally, marketing, and travel arrangements. In her spare time, she enjoys outdoor activities and managing our farm in the outskirts of Kamloops.

    Cornelia.hayden@haydenlaw.ca
    (778) 469-1818

     

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    The Lion of Lucerne

    About The Lion of Lucerne

    The logo for Harmon Hayden Law is the Lion of Lucerne. It was carved into the rocks by Bertel Thorvaldsen in a former sandstone quarry in Lucerne, Switzerland, in 1820 and measures 10 metres by 6 metres. It was created in honour of the 700 Swiss Guard who fought in the French Revolution and were subsequently killed by the revolutionary mobs. Above the lion are sketched the Latin words: "HELVETIORUM FIDEI AC VIRTUTI". This means: "To the loyalty and bravery of the Swiss."

    More broadly, we use the logo not only to honour the brave Swiss, but brave warriors throughout history. Those who fight against overwhelming odds for duty, honour, and country. More recently, I was inspired to use it in honour of my dear friend, Norman Reader, who died recently in a construction accident. He fought valiantly in the Rhodesian resistance on behalf of the South African Military Police in the early 1970's. The Rhodesians fought alone against the world until they could fight no more. May they rest in peace. May we never be ruled by mobs.

     
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