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In This Issue - #248 October 2019

  1. Top 25 Medical Malpractice Cases of a 25 Year Career – Acute Compartment Syndrome
  2. Justice for Survivors of Sexual Assault
  3. Construction Disputes: A Contractor’s Right to be Paid vs. Owner’s Claims for Defective Work
  4. Extensive Changes to Builders Lien Act Proposed
  5. Administration of an Estate – How Hard Is It?
  6. Alternative Resources to Promote Access to Justice
  7. BrainTrust Canada Launches Kelowna’s New Brain Health Clinic
  8. Legal Open-House For Non-Profits with Colin Edstrom
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1. Top 25 Medical Malpractice Cases of a 25 Year Career – Acute Compartment Syndrome

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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2. Justice for Survivors of Sexual Assault

by Matthew Canzer

A recent post by Kelowna Now highlights the alarming rate at which sexual assault reports are being dismissed as “unfounded” by Kelowna RCMP. ...

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Matthew Canzer
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3. Construction Disputes: A Contractor’s Right to be Paid vs. Owner’s Claims for Defective Work

by Jeremy Burgess

It is one of the most common scenarios in construction litigation: work has completed, the contractor has rendered its final bill and an owner refuses to pay on the basis that there were delays or that there are defects or deficiencies. ...

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Jeremy Burgess
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4. Extensive Changes to Builders Lien Act Proposed

by Mark Danielson

The British Columbia Law Institute released its “Consultation Paper on the Builders Lien Act.” ...

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Mark Danielson
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5. Administration of an Estate – How Hard Is It?

by Vanessa DeDominicis

What does “Estate Administration” actually mean? I often get asked this by my clients. ...

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Vanessa DeDominicis
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6. Alternative Resources to Promote Access to Justice

by Matthew Canzer

At Pushor Mitchell, we are proud to offer a wide range of legal services to individuals, businesses and organizations throughout our community and we are happy to be the ‘first call’ when a legal need arises. ...

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Matthew Canzer
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7. BrainTrust Canada Launches Kelowna’s New Brain Health Clinic

by Angela Price-Stephens

The Brain Injury Health Clinic is an innovative brain injury recovery program for persons with acquired brain injury or persistent concussion. ...

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Angela Price-Stephens
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8. Legal Open-House For Non-Profits with Colin Edstrom

by Colin Edstrom

This Roundtable breakfast and presentation is designed for those in non-profit organizations to learn, connect and share. ...

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Colin Edstrom
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