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  • BC Court of Appeals – Family Law Decision

    Recently, lawyer Johanna Stein was successful at the BC Court of Appeal in a decision that dismissed an appeal and allowed the cross-appeal of her client in a family law matter. After a 16 day trial, the Court held that the BC Supreme Court hearing was inadequate and did not secure the just determin … Read more »

  • Best Lawyer Canada – 2022

    On Behalf of the entire firm, we’re pleased to announce that 13 of our lawyers have been selected for inclusion in Best Lawyers Canada‘s 2022 list. This peer selected recognition is an honour for the chosen recipients and demonstrates a clear depth in their field and quality of legal service deliver … Read more »

  • Hiring for In-Person Roles? Some considerations

    Is your business hiring employees to work in-person? As sectors of the economy begin to reopen and employers look to fill numerous roles throughout their operations, it’s crucial to make sure you have put critical policies and considerations in place. Hiring for in-person roles in the age of COVID a … Read more »

  • BC PNP Immigration Program: supporting hospitality, tourism and logistics sectors

    The BC PNP Skills Immigration stream is an economic immigration option intended for people with the skills, experience and qualifications needed by B.C. Employers. This stream is designed for individuals who are committed to live and work in B.C. and become permanent residents of Canada. Individuals … Read more »

  • Border Restrictions Easing: changes for American entrants

    The Public Health Agency of Canada  has announced that on August 9th fully vaccinated citizens of the US  and permanent residents of the US currently residing in the US, will be permitted to enter Canada for non essential, that is tourism, reasons. On September 7th that announcement on quarantine ex … Read more »