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Published on: 19 Oct 2012 By

Letter of Wishes: How to assist trustees in the distribution of trust

Stacey Bothwell looks into what can be done by Parents and business owners to establish a letter of wishes, designating Trustees and beneficiaries upon unexpected death.I recently had the opportunity to draft a letter of wishes in the context of the reorganization of a corporate group and es…

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Published on: 19 Oct 2012 By

Letter of Wishes: How to assist trustees in the distribution of trust property New Article by Stacey Bothwell

Stacey Bothwell takes a look a a recent opportunity to draft a letter of wishes in the context of the reorganization of a corporate group and establishment of a family trust and wills. In this situation the children of the owners of the corporation and the owners themselves were fairly young…

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Published on: 17 Oct 2012 By (Dianne Saxe)

Environmental regulation: Municipalities v province, province v. federal government

What happens when municipal bylaws try to control energy or resource projects authorized by the federal or provincial governments? (They have some scope). How far will the Spraytech precedent take them? Can corporations use federal insolvency laws to cleanse themselves of irksome environment…

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Published on: 17 Oct 2012 By (Dianne Saxe)

Controversial sewage sludge processing plant approved

Ontario has also approved a new facility to convert organic waste, such as sewage sludge, into uncontrolled compost that can be used on agricultural lands. The Lystek plant in Southgate has met pitched opposition from many local residents, The newly approved sewage sludge and organic waste p…

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Published on: 17 Oct 2012 By

Court Of Appeal Finds That Disrespectful, Insubordinate Communication Is Irreconcilable With Continuing Employment

Employers often tell me they feel like employees have ALL the rights in the employment relationship.  While that isn’t entirely true, I certainly understand why it can seem that way. But here’s some good news – the British Columbia Court of Appeal recently came down solidly on the side of th…

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Published on: 17 Oct 2012 By

Court Of Appeal Finds That Disrespectful, Insubordinate Communication Is Irreconcilable With Continuing Employment New Blog Post by Beth Traynor is up in Work In Progress: A Labour and Employment Law Blog

Beth Traynor looks at a case where an employee was terminated for insubordinate and disrespectful communication, and how the BC Courts agreed. Read the full Blog post here.

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Published on: 16 Oct 2012 By

Siskinds is Proud to Sponsor the Upcoming Bright Night, Big Dreams Event

Siskinds is proud to be a “Friend of Sunshine” this week with a sponsorship for the Bright Night, Big Dreams event being held at the London Airport. This event will be raising funds for the DreamLift program which takes Sunshine Kids to Disney World for the Day. The event will be held on Oct…

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