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  • Arbitration And Mediation During COVID-19

    Over the course of the last few weeks, our blog has focused on how the courts have reacted to protocols put in place as a result of COVID-19, including only opening for urgent matters. Fortunately, technology has allowed us to get a head start on doing our work in new ways, including virtual meeting … Read more »

  • COVID-19 Relief: A Summary Of What’s Available

    In just a few short weeks the world as most people know it has changed dramatically. An unfortunate reality of the COVID-19 crisis is that many people in Alberta, and throughout Canada, have found themselves out of work, or unable to operate their business. We recently covered how the courts are res … Read more »

  • Alberta Courts During COVID-19: The Latest

    In last week’s blog, we covered how Alberta’s courts have reacted to COVID-19, including scheduled trials being delayed with the exception of those dealing in urgent matters. We’d like to take an opportunity this week to continue to inform our readers of what is happening in the province’s courts as … Read more »

  • Alberta Responds To COVID-19

    The rapid spread and the response in the wake of COVID-19 has upended life for Albertans in countless ways. Concerns around employment, child care, and our health are paramount. The courts have not been exempted from a stoppage of day-to-day life, and we would like to take a moment to let Albertans … Read more »

  • Alberta Court Sides With Condo Board On Not Allowing Short Term Rentals

    Much like Uber and Lyft have transformed the taxi industry, the hotel industry has been altered by the rise in use of services such as Airbnb, which allows owners or tenants of properties to offer them up as short-term rentals. However, the backlash against such services has been building. Recently, … Read more »