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In This Issue - #217 March 31, 2017

  1. Theresa Arsenault Q.C. is one of Kelowna’s Top 40 Over 40
  2. Reducing Legal Expense in Wrongful Dismissal Actions
  3. New Monetary Limit in Small Claims and the Enhanced Role of the Civil Resolution Tribunal
  4. Good News For British Columbia Miners
  5. Court Awards Damages for Unauthorized Use of Architectural Plans and Drawings
  6. Builders Liens: Strict Compliance or Lose Your Lien
  7. Powers of Attorney and Your Financial Institution
  8. “Dooring” Injuries on the Rise: Cyclists and Drivers Should Be Aware
  9. Pushor Mitchell United Way Day of Caring on April 7, 2017
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1. Theresa Arsenault Q.C. is one of Kelowna’s Top 40 Over 40

by Pushor Mitchell LLP

Theresa Arsenault, Q.C., a partner at Pushor Mitchell LLP, is the 27th nominee for Kelowna's Top 40 Over 40. ...

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2. Reducing Legal Expense in Wrongful Dismissal Actions

by Alfred Kempf

This short article will summarize some strategies for employers and employees in making wrongful dismissal actions less expensive. ...

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Alfred Kempf
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3. New Monetary Limit in Small Claims and the Enhanced Role of the Civil Resolution Tribunal

by Jeremy Burgess

The Government of British Columbia recently announced significant changes to how legal disputes worth less than $5,000 and between $5,000 and $35,000 get resolved. ...

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Jeremy Burgess
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4. Good News For British Columbia Miners

by Keith Inman

The British Columbia government has recently announced a few measures that should be welcome news to local companies involved in grassroots mineral exploration in the Province. ...

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Keith Inman
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5. Court Awards Damages for Unauthorized Use of Architectural Plans and Drawings

by Mark Danielson

The recent decision of Ankenman Associates Architects Inc. v. 0981478 raises some interesting issues surrounding the intersection of copyright law, construction law, and the foreclosure process. ...

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Mark Danielson
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8. Builders Liens: Strict Compliance or Lose Your Lien

by Jeremy Burgess

While not guaranteeing the settlement of disputes, the Builders Lien Act provides a powerful tool for contractors, subcontractors, workers and suppliers. ...

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Jeremy Burgess
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9. Powers of Attorney and Your Financial Institution

by Vanessa DeDominicis

A Power of Attorney, if used carefully, is an important estate planning tool. ...

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Vanessa DeDominicis
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10. “Dooring” Injuries on the Rise: Cyclists and Drivers Should Be Aware

by Paul Mitchell, Q.C.

Incidents of “dooring” are increasing. Both cyclists and drivers need to read this article. ...

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Paul Mitchell, Q.C.
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11. Pushor Mitchell United Way Day of Caring on April 7, 2017

by Pushor Mitchell LLP

The Pushor Mitchell United Way Day of Caring is an opportunity for people to volunteer as part of a group. ...

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