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In This Issue - #236 October 2018

  1. Article 1 – Injured Worker Series
  2. The Importance of Spelling Out What Is or Isn’t in a Contract
  3. It Is Time to Require Seatbelts on School Buses
  4. Should I Draft A Letter of Wishes To My Estate Trustee?
  5. U.S. Customs and Border Protection Updates Policy on Canadians Employed in Legal Marijuana Industry
  6. Enforcing a Settlement Agreement: Naming the Right Parties
  7. Pushor Mitchell Helps Keep Safety Council Doors Open
  8. Former Pushor Mitchell Partner Appointed Supreme Court of BC Judge
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1. Article 1 – Injured Worker Series

by Alfred Kempf

WorksafeBC is the provincially legislated body having exclusive jurisdiction to adjudicate all issues related to most worker injuries. ...

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Alfred Kempf
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2. The Importance of Spelling Out What Is or Isn’t in a Contract

by Jeremy Burgess

One of the most frequent mistakes people make in entering contracts is in making incorrect assumptions about what is or is not included in a contract. ...

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Jeremy Burgess
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3. It Is Time to Require Seatbelts on School Buses

by Paul Mitchell, Q.C.

It is time to require seatbelts on school buses. ...

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Paul Mitchell, Q.C.
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4. Should I Draft A Letter of Wishes To My Estate Trustee?

by Vanessa DeDominicis

When a Trust is established, through a Will or otherwise, it is usually recommended for the Will maker or Settlor to provide the trustees of the Trust with a Letter of Wishes. ...

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Vanessa DeDominicis
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5. U.S. Customs and Border Protection Updates Policy on Canadians Employed in Legal Marijuana Industry

by Bryan Fitzpatrick

Until recently there was considerable uncertainty in Canada when it came to how U.S. Customs and Border Protection would treat Canadians who were soon to be lawfully employed in the marijuana industry. ...

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Bryan Fitzpatrick
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6. Enforcing a Settlement Agreement: Naming the Right Parties

by Jeremy Burgess

As discussed in a previous article, settlement agreements are effectively contracts which can be enforced through legal action and replace whatever legal, contractual or equitable rights were involved in the fight that preceded settlement. ...

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Jeremy Burgess
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7. Pushor Mitchell Helps Keep Safety Council Doors Open

by James Paterson

Pushor Mitchell's commitment to non-profit organizations in the community was again evident with our contribution to KDSC. ...

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James Paterson
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8. Former Pushor Mitchell Partner Appointed Supreme Court of BC Judge

by Pushor Mitchell LLP

Former Pushor Mitchell Partner Steve Wilson has been appointed a judge of the Supreme Court of British Columbia in Kelowna. ...

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