Collecting, storing, and using personal information is often the key to developing and delivering individualized products and services in our current economy. As consumers, businesses, and service providers alike become increasingly comfortable using electronic platforms to exchange or store personal …Keep reading
Societies incorporated in British Columbia should take caution: since November 28, 2016, there has been a new and potentially powerful remedy that may be used in the context of British Columbian Societies.
This remedy, known as the derivative action, has …Keep reading
Now is the perfect time for societies incorporated in British Columbia to consider how to avoid a new kind of court challenge that members can now bring under section 102 of the Societies Act, S.B.C. 2015, c. 18, which came …Keep reading
On March 18, 2016, the British Columbia Court of Appeal released reasons for judgment in Do v. Nichols, 2016 BCCA 128. This decision provides guidance on how to draft and enforce tough provisions in a contract that can withstand penal …Keep reading