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Lawson Lundell

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Suite 1600 Cathedral Place | Vancouver | British Columbia | V6C 3L2 | Canada

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  • Commercial Real Estate and Development
  • Real Estate
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  • Healthcare
  • Hospitality and Tourism
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  • Commercial Law
  • Corporate Finance
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  • Employment and Labor
  • Labor Law
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  • Administrative Law
  • Commercial Litigation
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  • Commercial Law
  • Corporate Finance
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  • Administrative Law
  • Employee Benefits
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  • Administrative Law
  • Constitutional Law
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  • Business Immigration
  • Employment and Labor
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  • Insolvency and Restructuring
  • Litigation
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  • Mining
  • Taxation
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  • Commercial Law
  • Mergers & Acquisitions
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  • Corporate Finance
  • Corporate Governance
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  • Commercial Law
  • Corporate and Business
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  • Commercial Litigation
  • Commercial Real Estate and Development
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  • Commercial Law
  • Energy
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  • Administrative Law
  • Business Litigation
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  • Employment and Labor
  • Labor Law
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  • Aboriginal Law
  • Administrative Law
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  • Commercial Law
  • Energy
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  • Commercial Law
  • Corporate Finance
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  • Commercial Litigation
  • Energy

Latest Alerts

What Should Businesses Do About the Recommendation to Wear Masks in Indoor Public Spaces Until Fully Vaccinated?

B.C.’s Provincial Health Officer, Dr. Bonnie Henry,[1] and the Public Health Agency of Canada,[2] have recommended that individuals who are not fully vaccinated[3] continue wearing masks in indoor public spaces. At the same time, public authorities are providing little to no guidance on how or when businesses can continue mask requirements. They are also not providing any guidance on whether or how businesses can ask an individual about their vaccination status or otherwise be able to enforce the recommendations against those who are not fully vaccinated...

Phase 3: Has Your Workplace Transitioned its COVID-19 Safety Plan to a Communicable Disease Prevention Plan?

On July 1, 2021, B.C. moved into Step 3 of its COVID-19 Restart Plan. As part of this phase, B.C. employers are no longer required to maintain a WorkSafeBC approved COVID-19 Safety Plan. Instead, they are required to transition to a Communicable Disease Prevention Plan.  What is a Communicable Disease Prevention Plan? It is a plan that outlines the steps an employer is taking to reduce the risk to their workers from communicable diseases in their workplace...

Will Vaccine Passports be Required in our Workplaces: Guidance on Vaccine Passports and Policies

With increasing numbers of Canadians being immunized each day against COVID-19, the question on many peoples’ minds is whether Canadians will be asked to prove they are vaccinated by way of a vaccine passport. Vaccine passports can take a range of forms, but the defining feature is a verified record of a person’s immunization status. The question many employers are now asking is whether they can require employees to get vaccinated and/or provide proof of immunization against COVID-19...

Public Health ‘Trumps’ Commercial Losses – B.C. Supreme Court Rules in Favour of Landlords in a COVID-19 Related Termination

Commercial landlords have, in the past year and a half, dealt with many novel issues in relation to COVID-19, often on an emergency basis. Few landlords have had to deal with both public health order violations and gang crime relating to the same tenant, as in a recent decision of the B.C. Supreme Court, Ivy Lounge West Georgia Limited Partnership v. TA F&B Limited Partnership, 2021 BCSC 997. The court allowed the immediate termination of an occupation licence where the tenant’s conduct was bringing the hotel into disrepute, potentially strengthening landlords’ hands to take urgent action...

Amendments to the Business Corporations Act Permit Virtual Meetings in British Columbia

Virtual shareholder meetings have become ubiquitous for both public and private companies since the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic. Canadian securities regulators, stock exchanges and federal and provincial governments quickly responded to accommodate electronic meetings where it was otherwise not permitted. In British Columbia, Ministerial Order No. M116 was issued on April 21, 2020 (the “Order”), permitting companies to hold electronic meetings regardless of whether the company’s constating documents allowed them...
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