Waivers are a very technical area of law that have a big impact on day to day human interaction. This case concerns a tragic and catastrophic ski/snowboard accident and gives guidance on how waivers work and don’t work. Source: 2020 BCCA 78 Apps v. Grouse Mountain Resorts Ltd.
Owner sues for damages caused by leaking faucet and pipe installed by subcontractor. Contract is between owner and general contractor. No contract between owner and subcontractor. Good day for subcontractor. bad day for owner. Source: 2020 BCCA 99 Leemhuis v. Kardash Plumbing Ltd.
The wrong kind of email can lead to criminal harassment charges. Source: 2019 BCSC 1087 Watchel v. British Columbia
Court directives and scheduling. Source: The Courts of British Columbia – Home
The Government of British Columbia introduced and passed Bill 16–2020: Employment Standards Amendment Act (No. 2) on March 23, 2020 amending the Employment Standards Act to include three days of unpaid leave for personal illness or injury and COVID-19-related leave. COVID-19-Related Leave entitles employees to unpaid job protected leave in the following circumstances: Where an […]