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In This Issue - #229 March 2018

  1. Andrew Brunton Elected to Kelowna Chamber of Commerce Board
  2. The Risks of Complaining on Social Media: When Airing Grievances Attracts Damages
  3. Your Business and Your Will – Shareholders’ Agreements
  4. Provincial Government Provides Some Clarity on the Speculation Tax
  5. When a Party Breaches a Settlement Agreement: Being Made Whole
  6. Pushor Mitchell Lawyer Justin Dalton Presents “Small Claims Court” at Legal 101 Series
  7. Pushor Mitchell Lawyer Matthew Canzer Presents at BRAINX 2018 Symposium on Brain Injury
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1. Andrew Brunton Elected to Kelowna Chamber of Commerce Board

by Pushor Mitchell LLP

Andrew Brunton was elected to the Board of Directors of the Kelowna Chamber of Commerce in March. ...

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2. The Risks of Complaining on Social Media: When Airing Grievances Attracts Damages

by Jeremy Burgess

The intersection of defamation and social media remains a minefield and social media users are well-advised to treat social media posts no differently from any other form of publication. ...

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Jeremy Burgess
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3. Your Business and Your Will – Shareholders’ Agreements

by Vanessa DeDominicis

If you have a business with a few shareholders, you may have a Shareholders’ Agreement in place. This forms part of your estate planning whether you like it or not. ...

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Vanessa DeDominicis
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4. Provincial Government Provides Some Clarity on the Speculation Tax

by Zach Pashley

On February 21, 2018, the provincial government released its budget for 2018. The budget announced a slew of measures to attempt to address housing affordability in the province. ...

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Zach Pashley
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5. When a Party Breaches a Settlement Agreement: Being Made Whole

by Jeremy Burgess

Settlement agreements that conclude litigation are often reached once the parties have gotten to a point of a loss of faith in one another or a complete breakdown in whatever relationship they may have enjoyed pre-litigation. ...

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Jeremy Burgess
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6. Pushor Mitchell Lawyer Justin Dalton Presents “Small Claims Court” at Legal 101 Series

by Justin Dalton

Justin Dalton gave a presentation on "Small Claims Court" on Thursday, March 15 at KCR - Community Resources. ...

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Justin Dalton
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7. Pushor Mitchell Lawyer Matthew Canzer Presents at BRAINX 2018 Symposium on Brain Injury

by Matthew Canzer

Matthew Canzer, a member of our Brain Injury Litigation team, will be giving a presentation titled “We See You – Measuring the Invisible in Personal Injury Litigation.” ...

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Matthew Canzer
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