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  • An Update To Our Clients About COVID-19

    Pushor Mitchell is committed to helping our clients during this uncertain time. Our lawyers are here to help you respond to the challenges you presently face. As always, the health and safety of our clients, staff and lawyers is our top priority. We therefore remain fully operational while working r … Read more »

  • Reopening and Returning – The Move from Lockdown to Baby Steps

    As you are no doubt aware, we are in Phase 2 of BC’s restart plan.  It needs to be acknowledged that not everyone is ready to reopen or transition back into the workplace.  Each business and organization is going to be in different stages of readiness and approach reopening differently to ensure the … Read more »

  • Returning to Safe Operation

    The BC Government has announced its phased approach to reopening businesses.  The BC Government has partnered with WorkSafeBC to develop resources and general guides to assist in the transition from virus-related lockdown to carefully restarting social and commercial life. Employers are required to … Read more »

  • Pushor Mitchell LLP Is Proud to Support BrainTrust Canada as New Co-CEO Announced

    BrainTrust Canada is pleased to announce that Mia Burgess has been appointed to the leadership position of Co-CEO. She will share this role with current CEO, Mona Hennenfent, effective May 4th, 2020. Mia brings a wealth of education and experience to BrainTrust including expertise on policy advising … Read more »

  • Returning to Work and Reopening Your Business in the Wake of COVID-19

    Unprecedented times have called for unprecedented measures.  Now, we see a flicker of light at the end of tunnel as BC has released its plan for easing the restrictions in place to address the spread of COVID-19. By mid-May the following services are expected to begin reopening: Restoration of healt … Read more »