In this Issue - #172 June 28, 2013

  1. Theresa Arsenault,Q.C. Elected Chair Of UBC Board Of Governors 
  2. Monthly Lawyer Profile - Taryn Moore 
  3. Another Great Reason To Choose Pushor Mitchell - Jessica Vlasveld 
  4. Top Court Addresses Random Alcohol Testing In Unionized Workplace 
  5. Avoiding The Builders Lien Act May Be A Costly Mistake  
  6. Inheriting Property Jointly With Other Beneficiaries And The Importance Of Co-Ownership Agreements 
  7. 2013 Pushor Mitchell Kelowna Apple Triathlon 
  8. In The Community - ‘Natural Born Leader’ Recipient Of 2013 Pushor Mitchell LLP $10,000 Award 
  9. Interesting Transactions From Our Business Law Group - Assisted Golf Courses And Ski Resorts With Their Financings 
  10. Legal Lite - Lawyer Forgotten In Prison For Four Hours 

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1. Theresa Arsenault,Q.C. Elected Chair Of UBC Board Of Governors

We are pleased to announce that Pushor Mitchell partner, Theresa Arsenault, Q.C., has been elected Chair of the Board of Governors of UBC. 

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2. Monthly Lawyer Profile - Taryn Moore

Why did you become a lawyer?

According to all members of my family, I was a “natural debater” and I always wanted things to be fair (middle child). I think that both fairness and an apparent need to debate drove me towards law.

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3. Another Great Reason To Choose Pushor Mitchell - Jessica Vlasveld

Pushor Mitchell is pleased to welcome Jessica Vlasveld to the firm as an Associate Lawyer.

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4. Top Court Addresses Random Alcohol Testing In Unionized Workplace - by Joni Metherell*

In a recent 6 – 3 decision, the Supreme Court of Canada weighed in on a labour relations matter that has been a source of confusion for employers and unions alike for several years – mandatory and random alcohol testing for unionized employees working in safety sensitive positions.

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5. Avoiding The Builders Lien Act May Be A Costly Mistake - by Mark Danielson

A drawback of British Columbia’s Builders Lien Act, S.B.C. 1997, c. 45 (the “Builders Lien Act”) is that the cost of enforcing the lien relative to the amount in dispute may be prohibitive.

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6. Inheriting Property Jointly With Other Beneficiaries And The Importance Of Co-Ownership Agreements - by Vanessa DeDominicis

Whenever property is ‘Co-Owned’ by anyone other than a husband and wife, I always strongly recommend that a Co-Ownership Agreement be put in place.

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7. 2013 Pushor Mitchell Kelowna Apple Triathlon

Please join us August 17-18, 2013 for the Pushor Mitchell Kelowna Apple Triathlon.

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8. In The Community - ‘Natural Born Leader’ Recipient Of 2013 Pushor Mitchell LLP $10,000 Award

‘Natural born leader’ recipient of 2013 Pushor Mitchell LLP $10,000 Award.

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9. Interesting Transactions From Our Business Law Group - Assisted Golf Courses And Ski Resorts With Their Financings

From Our Business Law Group – Assisted area golf courses and ski resorts with their financings.

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10. Legal Lite - Lawyer Forgotten In Prison For Four Hours

Lawyer Forgotten in Prison for Four Hours

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