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In This Issue - #205 – March 31, 2016

  1. Pushor Mitchell presents the Okanagan Symposium on Brain Health on May 12, 2016
  2. Conflicts of Interest Explained – Strata Council Advice
  3. How Old Do I Have to be to Make a Will?
  4. Increasing Damages for Workplace Discrimination : The Presteve Foods Case
  5. Owners Associations: New Societies Act Coming November 2016
  6. The Law on Fiduciary Duty and Conflict of Interest
  7. When Municipal Building Inspections are not Enough
  8. Typo Leads to Non-Compliant Tender
  9. Misrepresentation in Employee Recruitment: Feldstein v. 364 Northern Development Corporation
  10. Buying a Sublease on Westbank First Nations Land: The Conveyance Process
  11. Save the Date – The New Societies Act
  12. Kelowna Now’s In Focus – Brian Stephenson
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1. Pushor Mitchell presents the Okanagan Symposium on Brain Health on May 12, 2016

by Paul Mitchell, Q.C.

This event being presented by Brain Trust Canada will be held at The Laurel Packinghouse on May 12, 2016. ...

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Paul Mitchell, Q.C.
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2. Conflicts of Interest Explained – Strata Council Advice

by Brent Coyne

At one time or another, strata councils inevitably have to deal with questions or issues raised by its members relating to conflicts of interest. ...

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Brent Coyne
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3. How Old Do I Have to be to Make a Will?

by Vanessa DeDominicis

Everyone should have a valid Will in place. If you die without a Will, your assets may be administered by the Public Trustee and distributed in a manner contrary to your wishes. ...

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Vanessa DeDominicis
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4. Increasing Damages for Workplace Discrimination : The Presteve Foods Case

by Pushor Mitchell LLP

Across Canada, Human Rights Tribunals have a unique role in our legal system by enforcing protections against discrimination provided by human rights legislation. ...

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Pushor Mitchell LLP
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5. Owners Associations: New Societies Act Coming November 2016

by Andrea East

The BC Government has passed a new Societies Act, which is expected to be brought into force in November of 2016. ...

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Andrea East
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6. The Law on Fiduciary Duty and Conflict of Interest

by Brian Stephenson

In this article we will briefly examine a situation in which a director sits on two different, but industry-related, boards. ...

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Brian Stephenson
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7. When Municipal Building Inspections are not Enough

by Jeremy Burgess

Too often, people mistakenly assume that because the home or renovations are done in accordance with architectural plans and within the requirements of the applicable municipality or district, that the home or renovations are sound. ...

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Jeremy Burgess
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8. Typo Leads to Non-Compliant Tender

by Mark Danielson

Building contracts sometimes arise from an invitation to tender. ...

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Mark Danielson
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9. Misrepresentation in Employee Recruitment: Feldstein v. 364 Northern Development Corporation

by Pushor Mitchell LLP

Employee recruitment, and particularly recruitment for highly competitive positions, often requires a certain amount of salesmanship on the part of recruiters. ...

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Pushor Mitchell LLP
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10. Buying a Sublease on Westbank First Nations Land: The Conveyance Process

by Andrea East

“Conveyancing” is the term your lawyer uses to describe the legal process of transferring an interest in land from the seller to the buyer. ...

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Andrea East
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11. Save the Date – The New Societies Act

by Melodie Lind

Save the Date because on November 28, 2016 the re-vamped Societies Act will come into effect. ...

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Melodie Lind
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12. Kelowna Now’s In Focus – Brian Stephenson

by Pushor Mitchell LLP

Brian Stephenson was recently profiled on KelownaNow.com's In Focus. ...

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Pushor Mitchell LLP
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