Author: Miranda Wardman

Miranda Wardman is an associate lawyer with Pushor Mitchell practicing civil litigation, administrative law, and judicial reviews. Miranda received her Bachelor of Arts in Sociology from the University of Saskatchewan…

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With the emergence of more and more AI technology, one of the unintended consequences is that occasionally AI may cause harm.
You may not have heard of administrative law, but administrative law has more than likely had an impact on you or your business at some point.
The Federal Government’s Directive on Automated Decision-Making (the “Directive”) was revamped in April 2023.
The Civil Resolution Tribunal (CRT) is BC’s online tribunal that offers a collaborative approach to resolving disputes.
Wildfires are a yearly occurrence in BC, and living in the Okanagan, and while most human-caused wildfires are accidental, regardless of your intent, you can still face significant financial penalties.

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