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By Karen Zimmer
I have defended various kinds of professionals who have found themselves on the wrong side of a defamation action.
By Ingrid Tsui
Transferring assets by way of joint tenancy is one of the most popular estate planning tools, given its relative ease and low cost of implementation.
By Ryan Howe
A fundamental principle of contract law in Canada is that the parties to a contract are usually free to negotiate and agree upon any terms which will advance their respective (and sometimes mutual) interests.
By Nicolas Pimentel (Student)
In the recent case of Tanious v. The Empire Life Insurance Company, 2017 BCSC 85, the British Columbia Supreme Court awarded special costs equivalent to full indemnification of the plaintiff's litigation costs...
By Darryl Pankratz
In November, 2009, an aircraft operated by Pel-Air Aviation Pty Ltd. ("Pel-Air") flew on a charter flight from Samoa to evacuate a patient and her husband to Melbourne.
By Anil Aggarwal
According to the 2017 Global Startup Ecosystem Ranking, Vancouver has replaced Toronto as Canada's dominant tech startup city.
By Jennifer O'Leary
The procrastinators among us are well acquainted with the Interpretation Act, R.S.B.C. 1996, c. 238 (the "Act") s. 25(3), which extends deadlines by providing that:
By Judy Rost, Ryan Howe
On February 1, 2017, the Franchises Act S.B.C. 2015, c. 35 (the "Act") came into force in British Columbia.
By Stewart Muglich
On January 30, 2009, the Securities and Exchange Commission ("Commission") adopted rules to require domestic public companies and foreign private issuers that prepare their financial statements...
By Stewart Muglich
The Canadian Securities Administrators (the "CSA") recently released their 2016 Enforcement Report (the "Report") which highlights actions taken by the CSA across Canada.
By Hollis Bromley
In the recent decision of Benavides v. Insurance Corporation of British Columbia, 2017 BCCA 15, the Court of Appeal rejected the proposition that a prima facie case of negligence can switch the onus...
By Aubrie Girou
One reason parents place assets into a corporate trust structure may be to reduce the amount of tax paid on such assets while preserving a specific estate plan.
By Steve Carey
Canadian citizens and permanent residents (PRs) may be denied entry into the United States due to President Trump's recent Executive Order, despite assurances suggesting otherwise...
By Darryl Pankratz
As a result of the accident, they commenced a lawsuit against Horizon Helicopters, the owner and operator of the helicopter.
By Stewart Muglich
The Risk Alert follows several enforcement actions recently brought by the Securities and Exchange Commission charging violations of Rule 21F-17 of the Commission's whistleblower regulations.
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