Letter of Intent – Key Considerations Before You Sign

Business Lawyer | June 9, 2021 | Written by Tony Sandhu

What is a Letter of Intent? A Letter of Intent is a non-binding document typically presented by a buyer to a seller for the purchase of a business. A Letter...

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COVID-19 Vaccinations and Time Off

Employment Law | June 8, 2021 | Written by

As the province acts to move past the pandemic, COVID-19 vaccinations are becoming more readily available. With an increasing number of individuals scheduling immunization appointments, it is important to understand...

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What is Constructive Dismissal?

Employment Law | May 28, 2021

Do you feel as though you are being pressured to quit your job? Have your job responsibilities suddenly changed without any notice? If so, you may be in a constructive...

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What Types of Disputes are Resolved by Mediation?

Mediation | May 28, 2021 | Written by

When two or more parties disagree on an important subject or aspect of their lives, they may need to seek out a mediator to aid them in settling their dispute....

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What are my Legal Rights as a Commission-Based Sales Employee?

Employment Law | May 6, 2021

Commission-based salespeople are employees that are paid on a commission or incentive basis. In British Columbia, these employees may be paid entirely by commission or a combination of salary and...

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Termination and Notice Periods

Employment Law | May 5, 2021 | Written by Natasha Nair

Terminating Employees: What Happens When You Don’t Have an Employment Contract? When entering employment relationships, some employers choose not to have employment contacts. From a legal standpoint, it is not...

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Legal Differences Between Employees and Independent Contractors

Employment Law | May 4, 2021

Though employees and independent contractors can be hired to perform the same job, they are classified and treated differently under the law in British Columbia. For example, the Employment Standards...

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Can you Leave Someone out of a Will?

Wills, Wills Variation | April 29, 2021

Testators often give a lot of consideration to who they wish to include or exclude in their will. The intentional exclusion of a family member from a will is known...

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Shotgun Clauses

Business Lawyer | April 21, 2021 | Written by Tyler Evans

Shareholders Agreements are entered into between Shareholders for a number of reasons – more often than not those reasons are related to what happens to the shares of a company...

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What an Executor Can and Cannot Do

Wills, Wills Variation | April 20, 2021

When it comes to wills and estates, executors play a crucial role in distributing assets and fulfilling the wishes of the deceased. When a person dies, their property and possessions...

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