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In This Issue - #243 May 2019

  1. Andrew Brunton Appointed Managing Partner
  2. Top 25 Medical Malpractice Cases of a 25 Year Career – Cardio Thoracic Surgery
  3. Major Changes to Employment Standards Are Coming
  4. WorkSafeBC Mental Disorder Presumption
  5. Collaborative Family Law
  6. Co-Ownership of Real Property: Sort It Out or Risk Having It Sold
  7. Executor Duties
  8. Amendments to the Labour Relations Code – Bill 30
  9. Franchise Article Series: Franchising and Intellectual Property
  10. What is Estate Litigation?
  11. Leneigh Bosdet authors CLEBC Annotated Family Practice for 2019
  12. Tom Fellhauer is the new President of the Kelowna Museums Society
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1. Andrew Brunton Appointed Managing Partner

by Pushor Mitchell LLP

Pushor Mitchell is pleased to announce the appointment of their new Managing Partner, Andrew Brunton. ...

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2. Top 25 Medical Malpractice Cases of a 25 Year Career – Cardio Thoracic Surgery

by Angela Price-Stephens

In this series of articles BC and Alberta personal injury and medical malpractice lawyer Angela Price-Stephens describes her top 25 notable medical malpractice cases of her 25-year career to date. ...

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Angela Price-Stephens
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3. Major Changes to Employment Standards Are Coming

by Colin Edstrom

Significant revisions to the British Columbia Employment Standards Act that purport to impact nearly all workplaces in British Columbia are scheduled to come into force shortly. ...

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Colin Edstrom
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4. WorkSafeBC Mental Disorder Presumption

by Mark Grabas

Regulatory changes took effect on Tuesday, April 16, 2019 that expanded the presumption for mental health disorders caused by work. ...

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Mark Grabas
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5. Collaborative Family Law

by Patrick Gaffney

Collaborative Family Law (CFL), is a client controlled, out-of-court process utilizing collaboratively trained professionals like lawyers, divorce coaches, financial planners, and child specialists to help spouses achieve mutually acceptable solution ...

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Patrick Gaffney
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6. Co-Ownership of Real Property: Sort It Out or Risk Having It Sold

by Jeremy Burgess

There are innumerable reasons that parties may find themselves co-owning real property with friends, family or business partners and just as many reasons why that co-ownership relationship may turn sour. ...

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Jeremy Burgess
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7. Executor Duties

by Vanessa DeDominicis

If you have been appointed Executor in the Will, there are a wide range of obligations if you accept the position of Executor. ...

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Vanessa DeDominicis
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8. Amendments to the Labour Relations Code – Bill 30

by Mark Grabas

On April 30, 2019, BC’s Labour Minister, Harry Bains, introduced proposed changes to the Labour Relations Code (the “Code”). ...

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Mark Grabas
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9. Franchise Article Series: Franchising and Intellectual Property

by Patrick Bobyn

This article is part of a series of articles that document some key considerations about franchising, including some of the pitfalls and the opportunities which our firm has seen and advised upon over the past two years. ...

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Patrick Bobyn
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10. What is Estate Litigation?

by Angela Price-Stephens

In simple terms an estate is everything a person owns and owes, or their net worth.  Assets within an estate may include property, money in the bank, car, personal belongings, rights to income and anything else of worth. ...

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Angela Price-Stephens
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11. Leneigh Bosdet authors CLEBC Annotated Family Practice for 2019

by Pushor Mitchell LLP

Leneigh Bosdet was recently selected as and authored the CLEBC Annotated Family Practice for 2019. ...

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12. Tom Fellhauer is the new President of the Kelowna Museums Society

by Pushor Mitchell LLP

Tom Fellhauer is the new President of the Kelowna Museums Society. ...

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