Lawson Lundell lawyers are frequently quoted in the media on matters of regional and national importance.
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|Deborah Cushing quoted in The Vancouver Sun article, "Daphne Bramham: The Americans are coming! The Americans are coming! But will we let them in?"
Deborah Cushing is quoted in The Vancouver Sun article, "The Americans are coming! The Americans are coming! But will we let them in?" published on November, 11 2016. This article discusses the impact of the American election results on immigration to Canada.
|Lexpert Special Edition on Leading Canadian Lawyers in Global Mining publishes Lawson Lundell's article on "Wearables in the Mining Sector: Balancing Potential Benefits and Privacy Considerations"
Karen MacMillan, Khaled Abdel-Barr, and Amaan Gangji’s article, "Wearables in the Mining Sector: Balancing Potential Benefits and Privacy Considerations" was recently published in the Lexpert Special Edition on Leading Canadian Lawyers in Global Mining. This article discusses a few of the potential benefits of implementing "wearables" in the workplace of mining companies, and considers data and privacy issues that need to be managed.
|Sheila MacPherson and Sandra MacKenzie quoted in the Extra Credit article, "Called to the North"||14.9.16|
|Peter Roberts featured in the Vancouver Sun article, "Legislation could prompt wave of stratas to disband, sell whole buildings to developers."
Peter Roberts was featured in the Vancouver Sun discussing how new legislation could make stratas disband as a result of lucrative offers by developers which would see an increased value per unit.
|Ed Wilson quoted in the Canadian Lawyer Magazine article, "B.C. restricts contract assignments"
Senior Real Estate lawyer, Ed Wilson was quoted in the Canadian Lawyer Magazine article, "B.C. restricts contract assignments", which discusses how Vancouver's escalating property values led some real estate representatives to flip properties, in the period between the signing of the agreement to purchase and closing by assigning the sale to another seller at a higher price.
|Paul Negenman quoted in the CAPLA Nexus article, "Lunch 'N Learn: 'Never Do A License Transfer Unless You Know The LLR' "
Paul Negenman was quoted in the CAPLA June 2016 issue article, "Lunch 'N Learn: 'Never Do A License Transfer Unless You Know The LLR' ", which addresses how buyers and sellers of oil and natural gas assets in Western Canada who want to ensure a successful licence transfer application (LTA) should never do a transaction where they do not know the asset specific Licensee Liability Rating (LLR) and its impact on them.
For the full article, please see the above pdf.
|Fast-changing technology sector keeps lawyers and law firms on their toes||13.6.16|
|Paul Negenman quoted in the Daily Oil Bulletin article, "RedWater Ruling Provokes Debate Over Orphan Well Costs||03.6.16|
|Heather Ferris acknowledged in the The Advocate
Heather Ferris was acknowledged in The Advocate May 2016 as a current committee member for the Builders Lien Act Reform project.
|Ed Wilson acknowledged in the Advocate
Ed Wilson was acknowledged in The Advocate May 2016 issue as a current committee member for the Strata Property Law Reform project.
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