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In This Issue - #219 May 31, 2017

  1. Another Great Reason to Choose Pushor Mitchell – Colin Edstrom
  2. High Times for Cannabis Producers
  3. Provincial Government Bans Mandatory High Heels in Workplaces
  4. What is the difference between a Power of Attorney and a Representation Agreement?
  5. First Appeal from the Civil Resolution Tribunal
  6. Collecting on a Judgment
  7. Earn-Outs in an M&A Transaction
  8. Relinquishing or Renouncing Your U.S. Citizenship: What You Need to Know
  9. Alberta to Overhaul Workplace Rules for First Time in Almost 30 Years
  10. If You’re Going to Build, Do it Right: Subsequent Owners’ Right to Sue a Builder and/or Former Owners
  11. Pushor Mitchell lawyer Brian Stephenson elected to Board of Downtown Kelowna Association
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1. Another Great Reason to Choose Pushor Mitchell – Colin Edstrom

by Pushor Mitchell LLP

Pushor Mitchell is pleased to welcome Colin Edstrom to the firm as an Associate Lawyer. ...

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2. High Times for Cannabis Producers

by Keith Inman

On April 10th, the Canadian government provided clarity around its plans for the full legalization of marijuana. ...

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Keith Inman
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3. Provincial Government Bans Mandatory High Heels in Workplaces

by Colin Edstrom

The provincial government recently amended the Occupational Health and Safety Regulation to ban the practice of requiring employees to wear high heels in the workplace. ...

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Colin Edstrom
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4. What is the difference between a Power of Attorney and a Representation Agreement?

by Vanessa DeDominicis

These two, very different incapacity planning documents, are often confused. ...

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Vanessa DeDominicis
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5. First Appeal from the Civil Resolution Tribunal

by Jeremy Burgess

The Civil Resolution Tribunal is Canada's first online tribunal. ...

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Jeremy Burgess
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6. Collecting on a Judgment

by Eric Ledding

When you have a debt claim, a first major consideration is obviously how you can collect the amount you are owed cost-effectively. ...

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Eric Ledding
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8. Earn-Outs in an M&A Transaction

by Keith Inman

When negotiating the purchase and sale of a business, the parties to the transaction frequently look for ways to structure the deal to ensure that all parties’ interests are met. ...

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Keith Inman
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9. Relinquishing or Renouncing Your U.S. Citizenship: What You Need to Know

by Bryan Fitzpatrick

According to the U.S. Treasury Department a record number of U.S. citizens, 5,411 to be exact, renounced their U.S. citizenship in 2016. ...

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Bryan Fitzpatrick
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10. Alberta to Overhaul Workplace Rules for First Time in Almost 30 Years

by Colin Edstrom

The Alberta government recently introduced a bill to modernize Alberta’s workplace laws entitled the Fair Family-Friendly Workplaces Act. ...

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Colin Edstrom
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11. If You’re Going to Build, Do it Right: Subsequent Owners’ Right to Sue a Builder and/or Former Owners

by Jeremy Burgess

Building your own home can be a challenging, but rewarding experience. Many property owners will choose to oversee or complete the construction of their home. ...

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Jeremy Burgess
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12. Pushor Mitchell lawyer Brian Stephenson elected to Board of Downtown Kelowna Association

by Brian Stephenson

Brian Stephenson, a lawyer at Pushor Mitchell, has been elected to the Board of the Downtown Kelowna Association. ...

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Brian Stephenson
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