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In This Issue - #224 October 2017

  1. Pushor Mitchell Lawyer Andrew Brunton Nominated for Top Forty Under 40
  2. Think Twice when Dismissing an Employee Prior to the First Day of Work
  3. Prosecute or Get off the Pot: Dismissing for Want of Prosecution
  4. 125 Year Non-Cancellable Leases of Westbank First Nation Lands
  5. Posting Security to Discharge a Builders Lien
  6. I don’t want my child’s guardian to suffer financial hardship. What can I do?
  7. Pushor Mitchell Sponsors Kelowna Chamber of Commerce Marketing Campaign of the Year Award
  8. Pushor Mitchell lawyers Colin Edstrom and Patrick Bobyn presenting “Non-Profits and the Law” for the Canadian Society of Executives
  9. Pushor Mitchell Wraps Up 2017 United Way Campaign with Record Donation
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1. Pushor Mitchell Lawyer Andrew Brunton Nominated for Top Forty Under 40

by Pushor Mitchell LLP

Andrew Brunton, a partner at Pushor Mitchell, is the fifth of 40 honourees for Kelowna's Top Forty Under 40. ...

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2. Think Twice when Dismissing an Employee Prior to the First Day of Work

by Colin Edstrom

Most employers are aware of the obligation to provide an employee with notice of termination or pay in lieu of notice. ...

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Colin Edstrom
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3. Prosecute or Get off the Pot: Dismissing for Want of Prosecution

by Jeremy Burgess

When a party commences litigation, the courts and rules of court provide plaintiffs a fair amount of latitude to control the pace of their case and to determine how and when the matter proceeds. ...

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Jeremy Burgess
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4. 125 Year Non-Cancellable Leases of Westbank First Nation Lands

by Andrea East

There is a new trend in leases of Westbank First Nation’s reserve lands. Developers and landlords are moving to 125 year terms. ...

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Andrea East
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5. Posting Security to Discharge a Builders Lien

by Jeremy Burgess

A builders lien can be an effective, powerful and inexpensive tool for helping unpaid contractors, subcontractors, suppliers receive payment for their materials and services. ...

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Jeremy Burgess
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6. I don’t want my child’s guardian to suffer financial hardship. What can I do?

by Vanessa DeDominicis

A worry for most of my clients with young children is appointing a guardian to care for their minor children in the event of their demise. ...

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Vanessa DeDominicis
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7. Pushor Mitchell Sponsors Kelowna Chamber of Commerce Marketing Campaign of the Year Award

by Paul Tonita

Pushor Mitchell is pleased to sponsor the Kelowna Chamber of Commerce Marketing Campaign of the Year Award. ...

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Paul Tonita
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8. Pushor Mitchell lawyers Colin Edstrom and Patrick Bobyn presenting “Non-Profits and the Law” for the Canadian Society of Executives

by Colin Edstrom

Colin Edstrom and Patrick Bobyn will be giving a presentation on "Non-Profits and the Law" for the Canadian Society of Association Executives on November 16, 2017. ...

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Colin Edstrom
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9. Pushor Mitchell Wraps Up 2017 United Way Campaign with Record Donation

by Pushor Mitchell LLP

Pushor Mitchell lawyers and staff raised over $15,000 during their October 2017 fundraising campaign for United Way. To date they have raised a whopping $213,822.73 for the United Way! ...

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