The coronavirus pandemic has left many individuals without an income and struggling to make ends meet. In an effort to help tenants remain in their residences for the duration of
In a recent BC court decision, it was recognized that the internet is a dangerous tool that can be used to harm reputations when a woman was ordered to pay
The holiday season is upon us and that usually means people are taking part in an increased number of social events, either through work or with family and friends. During this busy and festive time of year, it’s important to be aware of a legal term called Duty of Care.
What happens if you lend assistance to someone in need and that person ends up in worse condition than if you had not tried to help them? Can the injured person turn around and sue you? In BC, the Good Samaritan Act lays down a foundational groundwork to prevent that from happening.Read More
In a recent BC Supreme Court ruling, a BC wedding photographer was awarded $115,000 after enduring months of “vindictive” online reviews by an upset client. Background An engaged couple hired