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In This Issue - #193 March 31, 2015

  1. What Happens If You Don’t have an Enduring Power of Attorney?
  2. Major Changes To The Income Tax Act: Time To Update Your Estate Plan
  3. 5 Steps to Appeal a WorkSafe BC Decision
  4. Employers’ Presentation Series: Strategies for Early Conflict Resolution and Litigation Risk Mitigation
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2. What Happens If You Don’t have an Enduring Power of Attorney?

by Vanessa DeDominicis

When I meet with my clients and explain what happens if they lose capacity and do not have an Enduring Power of Attorney in place, I am frequently met with a look of terror, the colour drains from their face and they say something to the effect of ...

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Vanessa DeDominicis
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4. Major Changes To The Income Tax Act: Time To Update Your Estate Plan

by Melodie Lind

Back in 2013, the Department of Finance proposed some changes to the Income Tax Act and asked for public input on those proposed changes. ...

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Melodie Lind
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7. 5 Steps to Appeal a WorkSafe BC Decision

by Pushor Mitchell LLP

As an employment lawyer, I have met with dozens of people who have suffered a workplace accident and are now fighting for their compensation benefits. Fortunately, there is an avenue for workers to contest unfair decisions from WorkSafeBC. The proces ...

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Pushor Mitchell LLP
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8. Employers’ Presentation Series: Strategies for Early Conflict Resolution and Litigation Risk Mitigation

by Joni Metherell

Pushor Mitchell is pleased to present "Strategies for Early Conflict Resolution and Litigation Risk Mitigation." ...

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Joni Metherell
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