In this issue - #134 April 30, 2010

  1. Pushor Mitchell Is Pleased To Welcome Mark Danielson 
  2. Major Contract Review: Yes, You Really Do Need To Read Them Again 
  3. Fraudulent CRA (Revenue Canada) Emails 

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1. Pushor Mitchell Is Pleased To Welcome Mark Danielson

Pushor Mitchell is pleased to welcome Mark Danielson to the firm as an associate lawyer. Mark was called to the British Columbia Bar in 2010 after completing his articles with the firm. He will be practicing primarily in the areas of business law and general civil litigation and is looking forward to serving our existing and new clients in these areas. Mark can be contacted at (250) 869-1284 or danielson@pushormitchell.com

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2. Major Contract Review: Yes, You Really Do Need To Read Them Again - by Andrea East

Every once in a while it is a good idea to dust off copies of your major contracts and take a look and see what they say.  What is considered a major contract varies from business to business, but some of the usual suspects include major suppliers, major customers, key employees, commercial leases and equipment leases.  Major contracts are those which present the greatest benefit and pose the greatest risk to your business.  It is a good practice to make sure they are in order, unexpired, being complied with, and that you have a contingency plan in place if there is an unexpected breach.

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3. Fraudulent CRA (Revenue Canada) Emails

Fraudulent emails claiming to be from the CRA  have been making the rounds recently. The emails make reference to the person being owed a refund and then ask them to click on a link to access the refund form. The link then redirects the user to a phishing website where the user may be tricked into supplying sensitive information such as your SIN. The information is collected and used for malicious purposes, such as identity fraud.

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