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In This Issue - #213 November 30, 2016

  1. Pushor Mitchell Partner Blair Forrest Voted Chair of Accelerate Okanagan Board
  2. Landmark Decision on Criminal Trials within a Reasonable Time
  3. New Societies Act – November 28, 2016
  4. ICBC Third Party Liability Coverage: How Much is Enough?
  5. Joint Executors of an Estate
  6. Homicide in Canada on the Rise
  7. Arbitration and the Builders Lien Enforcement Process – Due for Change?
  8. The Pitfalls of Litigating Parenting Disputes
  9. Pushor Mitchell Raised $18,177 – a new United Way Firm Record
  10. Season’s Greetings – Our 2016 Holiday Hours
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1. Pushor Mitchell Partner Blair Forrest Voted Chair of Accelerate Okanagan Board

by Blair Forrest

Blair Forrest has been voted Chair of Accelerate Okanagan's 2016/2017 Board of Directors. ...

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Blair Forrest
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2. Landmark Decision on Criminal Trials within a Reasonable Time

by Ginger Holmes

The Supreme Court of Canada recently released a new decision that defines the timeline for criminal trials in Canada. ...

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Ginger Holmes
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3. New Societies Act – November 28, 2016

by Brian Stephenson

Effective November 28, 2016, the new Societies Act comes into force and governs how societies are formed and operate in British Columbia. ...

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Brian Stephenson
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4. ICBC Third Party Liability Coverage: How Much is Enough?

by Paul Mitchell, Q.C.

This article explains how ICBC third party liability works, and discusses the factors to consider in choosing how much coverage to buy. ...

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Paul Mitchell, Q.C.
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5. Joint Executors of an Estate

by Vanessa DeDominicis

Oftentimes, my clients will appoint joint Executors in their Wills. This means they are appointing two people to jointly administer their assets and apply for Probate. ...

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Vanessa DeDominicis
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6. Homicide in Canada on the Rise

by Ginger Holmes

Canada’s homicide rates increased by 15% in 2015. ...

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Ginger Holmes
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7. Arbitration and the Builders Lien Enforcement Process – Due for Change?

by Mark Danielson

Arbitration is a process for resolving disputes outside of the courtroom. ...

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Mark Danielson
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8. The Pitfalls of Litigating Parenting Disputes

by Leneigh Bosdet

I recently heard the litigation process in parenting disputes described by a mediator as “the dark side.” I generally agree. ...

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Leneigh Bosdet
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9. Pushor Mitchell Raised $18,177 – a new United Way Firm Record

by Pushor Mitchell LLP

Every year we are awed by our staff and lawyers who step forward to give back to the community. ...

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Pushor Mitchell LLP
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10. Season’s Greetings – Our 2016 Holiday Hours

by Pushor Mitchell LLP

Merry Christmas and Happy New Year from the staff and lawyers at Pushor Mitchell! ...

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