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In This Issue - #191 January 30, 2015

  1. Pushor Mitchell Welcomes New Partner Melodie Lind
  2. Pushor Mitchell Welcomes New Partner Vanessa DeDominicis
  3. Pushor Mitchell Welcomes New Partner Greg Pratch
  4. So What Do I Pay ICBC for Anyway?
  5. How Closely Related Must Work be to a Project to Give Rise to a Builders Lien?
  6. 7 Common Questions on Overtime in BC
  7. Parent’s Held Responsible for Child’s Damage to BC School: Must Pay $48,000
  8. The Will That Doesn’t Need Probate
  9. Employers’ Presentation Series: Disability Management, Human Rights and the Duty to Accommodate
  10. SAVE THE DATE: 2015 Pushor Mitchell Okanagan Conference on Brain Injury
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1. Pushor Mitchell Welcomes New Partner Melodie Lind

by Pushor Mitchell LLP

We are pleased to announce that Melodie Lind has become a Partner in the firm effective January 1, 2015. Melodie's practice is focused on tax, trust and estate planning. ...

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2. Pushor Mitchell Welcomes New Partner Vanessa DeDominicis

by Pushor Mitchell LLP

We are pleased to announce that Vanessa DeDominicis has become a Partner in the firm effective January 1, 2015. Vanessa's practice is focused on three areas: Wills and Estates, Real Estate, and Intellectual Property Law. ...

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3. Pushor Mitchell Welcomes New Partner Greg Pratch

by Pushor Mitchell LLP

We are pleased to announce that Greg Pratch has become a Partner in the firm effective January 1, 2015. Greg’s practice is in civil litigation and tax litigation. ...

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5. So What Do I Pay ICBC for Anyway?

by Pushor Mitchell LLP

If you have had ongoing dealings with ICBC as a result of a car accident than you have likely had the pleasure of dealing with at least two sides of ICBC. Initially the relationship starts off pleasant but as the relationship continues ...

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6. How Closely Related Must Work be to a Project to Give Rise to a Builders Lien?

by Mark Danielson

I am often asked whether a person may claim a builders lien for the supply of work or materials to a construction project where the right to do so is not obvious. ...

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Mark Danielson
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7. 7 Common Questions on Overtime in BC

by Pushor Mitchell LLP

The Employment Standards Act provides basic conditions of employment for workers under provincial jurisdiction throughout British Columbia. Although most of these standards are fairly clear, one area of frequent confusion is with respect to ...

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8. Parent’s Held Responsible for Child’s Damage to BC School: Must Pay $48,000

by Paul Mitchell, Q.C.

A recent BC case held parents liable for damages of over $48,000 caused to school property by their child. This case highlights the sometime harsh effects of s.10 of the BC School Act, which holds parents responsible for intentional damage to school ...

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Paul Mitchell, Q.C.
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9. The Will That Doesn’t Need Probate

by Vanessa DeDominicis

“My Friend told me that she has a Will that doesn’t need Probate. Can I get one of those please?” Ahhhhh the Will that doesn’t need Probate! Wouldn’t that be nice? This is something I am frequently asked about by clients ...

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Vanessa DeDominicis
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10. Employers’ Presentation Series: Disability Management, Human Rights and the Duty to Accommodate

by Greg Pratch

Pushor Mitchell is pleased to present "Disability Management, Human Rights and the Duty to Accommodate" ...

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Greg Pratch
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12. SAVE THE DATE: 2015 Pushor Mitchell Okanagan Conference on Brain Injury

by Pushor Mitchell LLP

Mark your calendars! Join us for an information packed day with leading edge experts on Friday, May 8, 2015. BrainTrust Canada Association is an Okanagan-based not for profit organization providing community rehabilitation ...

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