By Angela Princewill
It’s that time of the year again, and for some, this may be a first. The school year is fast approaching and for newly separated parents this can be an overwhelming and stressful time.
By Sarah Leamon
It’s been nearly a year since cannabis was legalized, but there have been zero – count that, zero – cannabis-related driving offences laid under our new criminal law…in B.C. at least.
By Christopher Achkar
Employers often include what are called “restrictive covenants” within their employment contracts, i.e. non-competition and non-solicitation clauses, with a view of protecting their business after the employment relationship comes to an end.
By Andrew Feldstein
In this case, the court was tasked with determining whether to award the applicant with interim costs and disbursements in the amount of $150,000 in anticipation of her legal fees moving forward.