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What to Know as a Landlord in BC

June 21, 2022

Note: This article does not contain legal advice about rental law. If you would like advice on your specific situation, please contact Spraggs Law. Today, the Spraggs Law team discusses...

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Who is Eligible for Overtime Pay in BC?

May 31, 2022

Note: This article does not contain legal advice about overtime pay. If you would like advice on your specific situation, please contact Spraggs Law. Today, the Spraggs Law team discusses...

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Understanding Tenant Rights in BC

February 27, 2022

Note: This article does not contain legal advice about starting a business. If you would like advice on your specific situation, please contact Spraggs Law. Today, the Spraggs Law team...

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What British Columbians Need to Know Before Starting Their Business

February 20, 2022

Note: This article does not contain legal advice about starting a business. If you would like advice on your specific situation, please contact Spraggs Law. Today, the Spraggs Law team...

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Changes to Sick Leave Entitlements for Employees

December 16, 2021

Note: This article does not contain legal advice about sick leave entitlements. If you would like advice on your specific situation, please contact Spraggs Law. Today, Vancouver lawyers Rachel Rabinovitch...

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“Do I Need An Employment Contract?” and Other Employment Law FAQs, Answered

November 10, 2021

Note: This article does not contain legal advice about employment law. If you would like advice on your specific situation, please contact Spraggs Law. Today, the Spraggs Law team has...

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B.C. Estate Law Issues: Why a Lawyer is Better Than a Will Kit or a Notary

July 29, 2021

Note: This article does not contain legal advice about common will pitfalls and B.C. estate law planning. If you would like advice on your specific situation, please contact Spraggs Law....

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How Employers Can Reduce “Re-Entry Anxiety” and Conform with B.C.’s Step 3 Restart Plan

July 1, 2021

Note: This article does not contain legal advice about employment law. If you would like advice on your specific situation, please contact Spraggs Law. Today Rachel Rabinovitch, a human resources consultant in...

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Constructive Dismissal and the Duty to Provide Reasonable Notice

May 3, 2021

Note: This article does not contain legal advice about employment law. If you would like advice on your specific situation, please contact Spraggs Law. Today Parveen Chatha, a lawyer in...

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Changing Employment Standards for Articling Students Demonstrate Need to Update HR Practices

April 1, 2021

Note: This article does not contain legal advice about employment law. If you would like advice on your specific situation, please contact Spraggs Law. Today Rachel Rabinovitch, a human resources consultant...

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Mitigating the Risks of Occupiers’ Liability in B.C.

January 8, 2021

Note: This article does not contain legal advice. If you would like advice on your specific situation or occupiers’ liability, please contact Spraggs Law. Jessica Spraggs, Vancouver lawyer, discusses the implications...

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The Potential Chilling Effect the New Evidence Amendment Act May Have on #MeToo

December 5, 2020

Note: This article does not contain legal advice about harassment or abuse. If you would like advice on your specific situation, please contact Spraggs Law. Vancouver lawyer David O’Neill discusses potential fallout...

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