Contributor Page
Alexander Holburn Beaudin + Lang LLP
Email  |  Website  |  Articles
Contact Details
Tel: +1 604 6881351
Fax: +1 604 6697642
2700 - 700 West Georgia Street
V7Y 1B8
By Darryl Pankratz
The Supreme Court of Nova Scotia recently reaffirmed a lower court decision, Paine v. Air Canada, 2018 NSSC 215,
By Ephraim Fung
With experts forecasting a cooling real estate market for the beginning of 2019, some executors may be tempted to hang on to real property that falls within an estate and wait until more favourable market conditions ...
By Janessa Mason
Following the recent legalization of recreational cannabis in Canada, now is a good time for Canadian employers to review their workplace policies to ensure ...
By Christopher Hirst
There is exciting news in the world of standard form construction contracts. Yes, you read that right. A new standard form document aims to provide an option for a different model of risk allocation.
By Daniel C. Lee
There has been a change to how DUI offences are classified in Canada, further preventing entry into Canada of US individuals with DUI convictions.
By Patrick Bruce, Chris Chu
British Columbia courts have recognized the principle that loss of housekeeping ability can have an economic value for which damages may be awarded.
By Aubrie Girou
The Court accepted that Ms. Gully had made this transfer as part of her estate plan, which also included a will executed in 2015.
By Ryan Howe, Scott Allen
Details on the next phase of rules regarding the legalization of cannabis in Canada were unveiled today with Health Canada's
By Daniel Thompson
The conclusion of the Haddock Report was that some regimes addressed professional reliance issues well while others did not.
By Stewart Muglich
The Canadian Securities Administrators (the "CSA") recently published a notice based on a review conducted by the securities regulatory authorities in Alberta, British Columbia, Ontario ...
By Suzanne Welbourn
As Christmas draws near, our thoughts often turn to charitable giving, not unlike the enlightenment of Ebenezer Scrooge in Charles Dickens' A Christmas Carol.
By Daniel C. Lee
On November 8, 2018, the Temporary Foreign Worker Protection Act (Bill 48) (the "Act") received Royal Assent.
By Scott Allen
Earlier this month, the federal government confirmed that fundamental changes to Canada's trademark laws will come into effect on June 17, 2019.
By Michael Dery
Under Canada's Aeronautics Act, the Minister of National Defence is required to designate a member of the Canadian Armed Forces or an employee of the Department of National Defence as the AIA.
By Ephraim Fung, Matthew Desmarais
A recent survey conducted by an online real estate brokerage found that nearly half of all respondents would reconsider purchasing a property if they knew marijuana.
Contributor's Topics