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In This Issue - #250 December 2019

  1. Happy Holidays and Best Wishes for 2020!
  2. Types of Mediation and the Style of the Mediator
  3. Employment Law/Restrictive Covenants
  4. When A Debtor Puts Assets Out of Reach: Use of Fraudulent Conveyance Proceedings to Recover Debts
  5. What is the Probate Notice Period AND who is Entitled to Notice that Probate is being applied for?
  6. Eric Ledding Appointed To Professional Issues Committee of CBABC
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1. Happy Holidays and Best Wishes for 2020!

by Pushor Mitchell LLP

We wish you all the joys of the season and happiness throughout the coming year! ...

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2. Types of Mediation and the Style of the Mediator

by Angela Price-Stephens

The style of mediation adopted by the mediator is likely to be a reflection of several factors. ...

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Angela Price-Stephens
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3. Employment Law/Restrictive Covenants

by Alfred Kempf

A recent case in BC illustrates the danger of employers using restrictive covenants that are too broad. ...

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Alfred Kempf
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4. When A Debtor Puts Assets Out of Reach: Use of Fraudulent Conveyance Proceedings to Recover Debts

by Jeremy Burgess

Getting a judgment isn’t the only challenging aspect of a legal dispute; collecting on a judgment can present a whole new set of challenges. ...

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Jeremy Burgess
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5. What is the Probate Notice Period AND who is Entitled to Notice that Probate is being applied for?

by Vanessa DeDominicis

Rule 25-2 of the Supreme Court Civil Rules requires Notice to be sent to beneficiaries, next of kin, and sometimes others, “at least 21 days” before the Executor files the Probate application materials with the Court. ...

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Vanessa DeDominicis
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6. Eric Ledding Appointed To Professional Issues Committee of CBABC

by Pushor Mitchell LLP

Eric Ledding has been appointed by the Executive Committee of the CBABC to the Professional Issues Committee. ...

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