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Recent BCSC decision means UBC is required to disclose admissions process scoring rubrics. OPIC decision supporting disclosure under an application under FIPPA/FOIA upheld on judicial review. Learn more: http://bit.ly/2jDgv48
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Our Family Law Group is honoured to be nominated for a 2017 Top Choice Award. Voting is now open: http://bit.ly/2fYnK7T
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In the recent case: Symons v. Insurance Corporation of British Columbia, 2016 BCCA 207 the BC Court of Appeal has considered the issue of when TTD (total temporary disability) benefits may be reinstated after an unsuccessful attempt to return to work. Read more here:

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Canada has extended the eligible period to have a Working Holiday Work Permit. Please contact Jeremy West (jwest@watsongoepel.com) if you require assistance with your Working Holiday matters. http://bit.ly/28QK6RH
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Our Family Law Team has outlined some basics of the litigation process used to resolve family law disputes. View the post here: http://bit.ly/1XZQD3z
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We now have over five years of experience with parenting coordination in British Columbia and have acquired some hard earned insights along the way. See page 39 of the Canadian Arbitration and Mediation Journal, Spring/Summer 2016 for Craig Neville’s article on the challenge of arbitration in continuing relationships. Article here: http://bit.ly/1S9sQFk
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Energy lawyer Warren Brazier notes negative impact of Site C on major wind projects in BC but raises the possibility of using wind and solar projects to "electrify" LNG projects as an option that might increase additional demand for renewable energy initiatives in the province.

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The case of Jane Doe 464533 v. N.D. [2016] O.J. No. 382 is the second civil case of its kind in Canada to award monetary damages for the tort of intrusion upon seclusion (breach of privacy). But it is the first to award damages against a defendant for the combined torts of breach of privacy and breach of confidence. Read more here: http://bit.ly/1T5n5xN
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BC case Gill v. Sull illustrates why it's important to get your pleadings right the first time: http://bit.ly/1Z9v4Kh 
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Moving and relocating to a new city, province or even country following a divorce or separation is not unusual. However, if children are involved in the move special considerations apply. Read more here: 
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