This case, filed with the Supreme Court in Chilliwack in December 2014, has been plodding along. It popped back up because MHL requested a second change of lawyer in July 2017.
This is no small claim. Because it’s a Supreme Court case, Adalwolf is free to seek interest, punitive damages and much more — and they are. If the court finds in favor of the Plaintiff, this is a significant financial hit.
I’ll follow this case as it progresses.