In this issue - #158 April 30, 2012

  1. Monthly Lawyer Profile - Keri Grenier 
  2. The Effect Of E-Communication On Your Separation Or Divorce 
  3. A Heads Up For Federally Regulated Employers (FRE) 
  4. Mild Brain Injury 101, The Top 5 Myths About Mild Brain Injury - #4 
  5. Criminal Justice Reform In BC; Your Feedback Is Requested 
  6. 'SMUGLER' License Plates Lead Cops To Cocaine Smuggler 
  7. Interesting Transactions - From Our First Nations Law Group 
  8. In The Community - Pushor Mitchell Team Raises Over $3,200 For Big Brothers Big Sisters Of The Okanagan 
  9. Legal Lite - Mergers And Acquistions Tips For 2012 

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1. Monthly Lawyer Profile - Keri Grenier

Why did you become a lawyer?

Growing up with three brothers, I learned that I was pretty good at arguing.  I also liked the idea of a challenge.  Besides that, I can’t honestly say that I had some epiphany about why I should become a lawyer.  The more important answer has to do with why I remain a lawyer.  Let’s face it, being a lawyer is stressful, it requires dedication, long hours and contrary to popular belief, not all lawyers live a life of luxury.  I remain a lawyer because I found a practice area I am passionate about, I get to learn for a living and I get great satisfaction in helping my clients.

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2. The Effect Of E-Communication On Your Separation Or Divorce - by Brian Anslow

Society is becoming increasingly intertwined with e-communication as we text, email, post, blog, tweet and take photos of just about everything we do.  The prevalence of smart phones has made people comfortable using them as their primary form of communication.  Used appropriately, Smartphones can be an excellent way for families to communicate, share their experiences and organize their day.  However, when couples separate their preference for e-communication can lead to disaster in their divorce.

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3. A Heads Up For Federally Regulated Employers (FRE) - by Alfred Kempf*

Did you know that a FRE is restricted from terminating non-management employees having a year or more of service other than for cause or valid business reasons such as reduction of work?

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4. Mild Brain Injury 101, The Top 5 Myths About Mild Brain Injury - #4 - by Paul Mitchell, Q.C.

Mild brain injury cases are very complex. This series of 5 articles by BC brain injury lawyer Paul Mitchell, Q.C., will explain the Top 5 Myths about Mild Brain Injury.

Find out what is involved in these challenging and difficult cases, and separate fact from fiction.

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5. Criminal Justice Reform In BC; Your Feedback Is Requested

The public is invited to provide comment through a new website established to facilitate an independent review of BC's criminal justice system.

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6. 'SMUGLER' License Plates Lead Cops To Cocaine Smuggler

Ah, the criminals just keep getting brighter and brighter. Or not. Recently released court documents reveal the amusing details of a December drug smuggling arrest in Blaine, Wash. The smuggler -- Jasmin Klair -- was reportedly caught riding in an SUV marked with license plates that spelled out "SMUGLER."

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7. Interesting Transactions - From Our First Nations Law Group

From Our First Nations Law Group – Established a Limited Liability Partnership between a developer and First Nations members for development on Reserve lands.

Find out more about our First Nations Law Group: http://pushormitchell.com/service/first-nations

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8. In The Community - Pushor Mitchell Team Raises Over $3,200 For Big Brothers Big Sisters Of The Okanagan

The staff and lawyers of Pushor Mitchell once again enjoyed fundraising for a worthy local charity. The theme for this year’s event was Superheroes! The Pushor Mitchell participants included Batman, Robin, the Joker and Cat Woman.

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9. Legal Lite - Mergers And Acquistions Tips For 2012

For all of you with any money left, be aware of the next expected mergers so that you can get in on the ground floor and make some BIG bucks.

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