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In This Issue - #207 May 31, 2016

  1. Am I Legally Separated?
  2. Losing Your Right to Recover: The Risks of Firing a Contractor for Deficient Work
  3. Surgical Safety in Canada: A 10-year Review
  4. Representation Agreements vs. Health Care Directives
  5. Curing an “Invalid Will”: Section 58 of WESA
  6. LawTalks: Business Law Today – The Art of Restraint
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1. Am I Legally Separated?

by Monica McParland

When meeting new clients one of the most frequent questions asked is: Am I legally separated? ...

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Monica McParland
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2. Losing Your Right to Recover: The Risks of Firing a Contractor for Deficient Work

by Jeremy Burgess

In the case of Jozsa v. Charlwood-Sebazco, 2016 BCSC 78 (CanLII) the Plaintiff, Mr. Jozsa, was a very experienced landscape designer hired by Ms. Sebazco to complete landscaping at her home. ...

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Jeremy Burgess
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3. Surgical Safety in Canada: A 10-year Review

by Paul Mitchell, Q.C.

A 10-year analysis of approximately 3,000 malpractice complaints and settlements involving surgical “incidents” in Canada has just been released by the Canadian Medical Protective Association. ...

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Paul Mitchell, Q.C.
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4. Representation Agreements vs. Health Care Directives

by Vanessa DeDominicis

A Health Care Directive allows you to state your decisions in writing regarding your future healthcare treatments in the event you are unable to communicate them. ...

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Vanessa DeDominicis
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5. Curing an “Invalid Will”: Section 58 of WESA

by Parveen Shergill

WESA sets out certain “formal requirements” for a will to be considered valid. ...

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Parveen Shergill
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6. LawTalks: Business Law Today – The Art of Restraint

by Joni Metherell

You’ve worked hard to build your business and the goodwill you enjoy with your clients. ...

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Joni Metherell
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