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In This Issue - #223 September, 2017

  1. Another Great Reason to Choose Pushor Mitchell LLP – Zach Pashley
  2. “I Quit!” Does Not Always Mean “I Quit”
  3. Negligent Construction and Winnipeg Condo
  4. What if I have Assets in BC and Another Province (usually AB) on Death?
  5. Traumatic Brain Injuries Routinely Overlooked in Emergency Rooms
  6. Proposed Real Estate Changes Result in Ban of Dual Agency
  7. Setting Aside Agreements Respecting Property and Debt Division (Part 2)
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1. Another Great Reason to Choose Pushor Mitchell LLP – Zach Pashley

by Pushor Mitchell LLP

Pushor Mitchell is pleased to welcome Zach Pashley to the firm as an Associate Lawyer. ...

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2. “I Quit!” Does Not Always Mean “I Quit”

by Colin Edstrom

Employees who voluntarily resign from their employment cannot successfully sue their employers for wrongful dismissal. ...

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Colin Edstrom
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3. Negligent Construction and Winnipeg Condo

by Jeremy Burgess

As I’ve previously written, the “Winnipeg Condo” decision is an authority by which a party may seek to recover against negligent builders and contractors. ...

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Jeremy Burgess
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4. What if I have Assets in BC and Another Province (usually AB) on Death?

by Vanessa DeDominicis

Whichever jurisdiction you own assets in, an estate grant will be required for those assets in that jurisdiction. ...

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Vanessa DeDominicis
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5. Traumatic Brain Injuries Routinely Overlooked in Emergency Rooms

by Paul Mitchell, Q.C.

A vast number of traumatic brain injuries go undiagnosed and untreated, particularly in hospital emergency rooms. According to a University of Washington study, 56 percent of mild traumatic brain injuries went undiagnosed in emergency room visits. ...

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Paul Mitchell, Q.C.
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6. Proposed Real Estate Changes Result in Ban of Dual Agency

by Patrick Bobyn

Earlier this month the provincial government’s Office of the Superintendent of Real Estate published proposed rule changes to the Real Estate Services Act. ...

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Patrick Bobyn
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7. Setting Aside Agreements Respecting Property and Debt Division (Part 2)

by Brent Coyne

Part Two of this article considers common law grounds that may invalidate a separation agreement on the basis of it being significantly unfair. ...

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Brent Coyne
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