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In This Issue - #239 January 2019

  1. Pushor Mitchell Welcomes New Partner Andrea East
  2. Eric Ledding appointed to Provincial Council of BC Branch of Canadian Bar Association
  3. Brian Stephenson Assuming Role of Director of Business Development
  4. Pushor Mitchell Lawyer Andrea East Appointed to Greater Westside Board of Trade
  5. Limited Scope Retainers (or Unbundled Services)
  6. ICBC Denies Compensation in a Hit-and-Run Accident
  7. Builders Liens: The Consequences of Less than Strict Compliance
  8. New Employer Health Tax Comes Into Force
  9. Top 40 Over 40
  10. Pushor Mitchell Supports Mental Health – BIRTH YOUR POWER
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2. Pushor Mitchell Welcomes New Partner Andrea East

by Pushor Mitchell LLP

We are pleased to announce that Andrea has become a Partner in the firm effective January 1, 2019. ...

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3. Eric Ledding appointed to Provincial Council of BC Branch of Canadian Bar Association

by Pushor Mitchell LLP

The Executive Committee of the BC Branch of the Canadian Bar Association passed a resolution appointing Eric Ledding to Provincial Council as a Yale County Representative. ...

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4. Brian Stephenson Assuming Role of Director of Business Development

by Pushor Mitchell LLP

Pushor Mitchell LLP is pleased to announce that Brian Stephenson will be assuming the role of Director of Business Development. ...

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5. Pushor Mitchell Lawyer Andrea East Appointed to Greater Westside Board of Trade

by Pushor Mitchell LLP

Andrea is now a director of the Greater Westside Board of Trade and a member of its policy and advocacy committee. ...

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6. Limited Scope Retainers (or Unbundled Services)

by Patrick Gaffney

Unbundled services or a limited scope retainer is when a client retains a lawyer on a part-time basis or for only part of their case. ...

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Patrick Gaffney
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7. ICBC Denies Compensation in a Hit-and-Run Accident

by Greg Pratch

In a recent Supreme Court of British Columbia case the court confirmed that if you are injured by a hit and run driver, you do not need to do everything conceivable in order to identify the driver. ...

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Greg Pratch
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8. Builders Liens: The Consequences of Less than Strict Compliance

by Jeremy Burgess

In my previous article, Builders Liens: Strict Compliance or Lose Your Lien, I explored how a family company lost its lien rights by making the mistake of pursuing its lien in the name of its principal rather than the company. ...

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Jeremy Burgess
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9. New Employer Health Tax Comes Into Force

by Colin Edstrom

British Columbia’s new Employer Health Tax came into force on January 1, 2019. ...

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Colin Edstrom
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10. Top 40 Over 40

by Pushor Mitchell LLP

Pushor Mitchell LLP continues its tradition of supporting the local community and is proud to announce its role as the Community Sponsor for the Kelowna Chamber of Commerce Top 40 Over 40 Program presented by BDO. ...

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11. Pushor Mitchell Supports Mental Health – BIRTH YOUR POWER

by Vanessa DeDominicis

Pushor Mitchell is lucky enough to work with several non-profits in our Community. ...

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Vanessa DeDominicis
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