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In This Issue - #263 – January 2021

  1. Pushor Mitchell Welcomes New Partner Leneigh Bosdet
  2. Pushor Mitchell Welcomes New Partner Mark Danielson
  3. Pushor Mitchell Welcomes New Partner Brian Stephenson
  4. Pushor Mitchell Welcomes New Partner Paul Tonita
  5. Bryan Fitzpatrick Elected to Greater Westside Board of Trade
  6. Double Dipping in the Division of Assets
  7. My Employer Is Treating Me Negatively Because I Am Pregnant – Now What?
  8. Builders Liens: Can you Lien for Planned Work?
  9. Incapacity Planning And Your Health Care
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1. Pushor Mitchell Welcomes New Partner Leneigh Bosdet

by Pushor Mitchell LLP

We are pleased to announce that Leneigh has become a Partner in the firm effective January 1, 2021. ...

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2. Pushor Mitchell Welcomes New Partner Mark Danielson

by Pushor Mitchell LLP

We are pleased to announce that Mark has become a Partner in the firm effective January 1, 2021. ...

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3. Pushor Mitchell Welcomes New Partner Brian Stephenson

by Pushor Mitchell LLP

We are pleased to announce that Brian has become a Partner in the firm effective January 1, 2021. ...

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4. Pushor Mitchell Welcomes New Partner Paul Tonita

by Pushor Mitchell LLP

We are pleased to announce that Paul has become a Partner in the firm effective January 1, 2021. ...

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5. Bryan Fitzpatrick Elected to Greater Westside Board of Trade

by Pushor Mitchell LLP

Associate Counsel Bryan Fitzpatrick has been elected to a two year term on the Greater Westside Board of Trade. ...

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6. Double Dipping in the Division of Assets

by Leneigh Bosdet

One of the issues that can frequently come up, particularly when couples separate later on in life and when they have higher net worth assets is the question of “double dipping”. ...

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Leneigh Bosdet
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7. My Employer Is Treating Me Negatively Because I Am Pregnant – Now What?

by Claire MacLeod

In British Columbia, the Employment Standards Act, R.S.B.C., c. 113 (the “ESA”) provides significant employment rights for pregnant women. ...

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Claire MacLeod
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8. Builders Liens: Can you Lien for Planned Work?

by Jeremy Burgess

Under the Builders Lien Act, a statutory right is created to filed builders liens for work performed and/or materials supplied to an improvement. ...

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Jeremy Burgess
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9. Incapacity Planning And Your Health Care

by Vanessa DeDominicis

A Representation Agreement is a legal planning document which can be used in British Columbia to provide your named representative the authority to make health care decisions for you if you are unable to do so because of mental or physical disability ...

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Vanessa DeDominicis
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