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In This Issue - #199 September 30, 2015

  1. “Can We Talk About Your Health?” : Human Rights and the Duty to Inquire
  2. Can An Employee Be Unfired?
  3. What To Do At The Scene Of A Motorcycle Accident
  4. Passing of Trustee’s Accounts and the Duty to Account
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3. “Can We Talk About Your Health?” : Human Rights and the Duty to Inquire

by Pushor Mitchell LLP

Health information is sensitive. Very sensitive. And given the intimate nature of this information, the BC government has understandably put in place important protections. ...

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Pushor Mitchell LLP
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4. Can An Employee Be Unfired?

by Alfred Kempf

In a recent British Columbia case our courts considered whether an employer would be excused from paying severance pay to a terminated employee by offering to rehire her. ...

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Alfred Kempf
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5. What To Do At The Scene Of A Motorcycle Accident

by Paul Mitchell, K.C.

While out on the road, you see a motorcycle accident, or you may be involved in one yourself. What should you do, and how can you help? ...

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Paul Mitchell, K.C.
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6. Passing of Trustee’s Accounts and the Duty to Account

by Vanessa DeDominicis

An Executor/Administrator/Trustee (‚ÄúPersonal Representative‚ÄĚ), must be ready at all times to account for the trust property. ...

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Vanessa DeDominicis
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