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In This Issue - #255 May 2020

  1. Angela Price-Stephens Appointed President of Brain Trust Canada
  2. Returning to Work and Reopening Your Business in the Wake of COVID-19
  3. Top 25 Medical Malpractice Cases of a 25 Year Career – Epidural Abscess
  4. Can I Sign My Estate Planning Documents Without Meeting My Lawyer in Person?
  5. Returning to Safe Operation
  6. Joint Executors of an Estate
  7. Construction Estimates and Failure to Agree on Contract Pricing
  8. Reopening and Returning – The Move from Lockdown to Baby Steps
  9. Pushor Mitchell LLP Is Proud to Support BrainTrust Canada as New Co-CEO Announced
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1. Angela Price-Stephens Appointed President of Brain Trust Canada

by Pushor Mitchell LLP

Angela Price-Stephens has been serving the brain injured community as a lawyer for 25 years. ...

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2. Returning to Work and Reopening Your Business in the Wake of COVID-19

by Mark Grabas

Unprecedented times have called for unprecedented measures. Now, we see a flicker of light at the end of tunnel as BC has released its plan for easing the restrictions. ...

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Mark Grabas
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3. Top 25 Medical Malpractice Cases of a 25 Year Career – Epidural Abscess

by Angela Price-Stephens

Top 25 Medical Malpractice Cases of a 25 Year Career – Epidural Abscess ...

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Angela Price-Stephens
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4. Can I Sign My Estate Planning Documents Without Meeting My Lawyer in Person?

by Paul Tonita

Many of us take it for granted that we can meet with our lawyer in person to discuss and sign our estate planning documents which often include a will, power of attorney and representation agreement. ...

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Paul Tonita
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5. Returning to Safe Operation

by Mark Grabas

The BC Government has announced its phased approach to reopening businesses.  The BC Government has partnered with WorkSafeBC to develop resources and general guides to assist in the transition from virus-related lockdown to carefully restarting soc ...

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Mark Grabas
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6. Joint Executors of an Estate

by Vanessa DeDominicis

Oftentimes, my clients will appoint joint Executors in their Wills. This means, they are appointing two people to jointly administer their assets and apply for Probate. ...

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Vanessa DeDominicis
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7. Construction Estimates and Failure to Agree on Contract Pricing

by Jeremy Burgess

As the court observed in its recent decision, All Out Contracting Ltd. v Gourlay, 2020 BCSC 481 (CanLII) (“All Out”), construction work begins before the owner(s) and contractor properly de ...

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Jeremy Burgess
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8. Reopening and Returning – The Move from Lockdown to Baby Steps

by Mark Grabas

As you are no doubt aware, we are in Phase 2 of BC’s restart plan. ...

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Mark Grabas
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9. Pushor Mitchell LLP Is Proud to Support BrainTrust Canada as New Co-CEO Announced

by Angela Price-Stephens

BrainTrust Canada is pleased to announce that Mia Burgess has been appointed to the leadership position of Co-CEO. ...

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Angela Price-Stephens
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