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In This Issue - #210 August 31, 2016

  1. Pushor Mitchell – Spreading The Food Bank One Bag Challenge
  2. Alberta Securities Commission Introduces Start-up Business Exemption
  3. Property Disclosure Statements: Buyer Beware (Still)
  4. Unidentified Driver Accidents
  5. A Child’s Perspective on Divorce
  6. Reinstatement Under the Canada Labour Code
  7. Intellectual Property Primer
  8. Here, There or Anywhere: Where to Sue and be Sued
  9. Choice of Law: When your Actions Revoke your Choice
  10. Capital Pool Companies
  11. Pushor Mitchell Raises over $3,700 for the CMHA’s Youth Initiative
  12. Negotiation, Structuring & Drafting of Headleases
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1. Pushor Mitchell – Spreading The Food Bank One Bag Challenge

by Pushor Mitchell LLP

Theresa Arsenault, Q.C., Partner at Pushor Mitchell, accepts the one bag challenge. ...

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2. Alberta Securities Commission Introduces Start-up Business Exemption

by Keith Inman

To facilitate small, local financings by Alberta-based start-up businesses, the Alberta Securities Commission (the “ASC”) has implemented ASC Rule 45-517 - Prospectus Exemption for Start-up Businesses. ...

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Keith Inman
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3. Property Disclosure Statements: Buyer Beware (Still)

by Jeremy Burgess

In virtually all standard contracts of purchase and sale, the parties agree that the vendor will provide a property disclosure statement (“PDS”) and that the representations made in the PDS will survive the completion of the contract. ...

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Jeremy Burgess
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4. Unidentified Driver Accidents

by Eric Ledding

Hopefully, if you have the misfortune to be injured in a motor vehicle accident, then you are not at fault for the accident and you are able to identify the driver on the vehicle who is at fault. ...

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Eric Ledding
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5. A Child’s Perspective on Divorce

by Monica McParland

As a Family Law Lawyer who is also a divorced parent, some of my most challenging cases are those involving an acrimonious child custody dispute. ...

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Monica McParland
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6. Reinstatement Under the Canada Labour Code

by Alfred Kempf

In a new decision in Wilson v. Atomic Energy of Canada Limited, the Supreme Court of Canada has affirmed that non union, non management, employees of federal undertakings may under the complaint process under the Canada Labour Code be reinstated. ...

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Alfred Kempf
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7. Intellectual Property Primer

by Vanessa DeDominicis

There are many categories of intellectual property, but the main categories are ...

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Vanessa DeDominicis
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8. Here, There or Anywhere: Where to Sue and be Sued

by Jeremy Burgess

In many potential litigation matters, a preliminary issue is the place in which the litigation is to proceed. ...

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Jeremy Burgess
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9. Choice of Law: When your Actions Revoke your Choice

by Jeremy Burgess

In my previous article, Here, There or Anywhere: Where to Sue and be Sued, I discussed factors the Courts in BC consider when determining whether or not to adjudicate on matters where the matters could be determined in more than one legal jurisdictio ...

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Jeremy Burgess
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11. Capital Pool Companies

by Keith Inman

For many growth businesses, going public is an attractive way to access capital, increase visibility for their brands and create liquidity for shareholders. ...

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Keith Inman
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12. Pushor Mitchell Raises over $3,700 for the CMHA’s Youth Initiative

by Parveen Shergill

Pushor Mitchell’s annual mental health fundraising campaign raised $3,717 to support the CMHA's new BC Integrated Youth Services Initiative. ...

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Parveen Shergill
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13. Negotiation, Structuring & Drafting of Headleases

by Theresa Arsenault, Q.C.

Theresa Arsenault, Q.C. will be presenting Negotiation, Structuring & Drafting of Headleases at the PBLI conference. ...

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Theresa Arsenault, Q.C.
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