Martin Sheard co-presents a nationwide teleseminar to the Advocates’ Society

Martin Sheard co-presented with Paul Pape to the Advocates’ Society today in a nationwide tele-presentation regarding the status of case law with respect to termination clauses in employment contracts.  The thesis of the presenters was that incompatible decisions have confused the law to the point that it is impossible to provide firm advice.  In the … Continued

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Ania Konikowski called to the BC bar

Ania Konikowski (barrister and solicitor) was called to the bar yesterday after a most impressive year as an articling student.  Ania entered the profession as all lawyers should – sabre-ing a magnum of champagne for a firm celebration of her accomplishment.  Our firm simply had no option but to celebrate this wonderful young lady and … Continued

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Important win for Blair Curtis and Ania Konikowski

                            TGC Head of Litigation Blair Curtis and articling student Ania Konikowski won an important victory today in a wrongful dismissal case dealing with issues of jurisdiction and contract construction. Blair and Ania are representing an employee who has brought a wrongful dismissal … Continued

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Martin Sheard and Kemily Ho train UBC law students today

Martin Sheard and Kemily Ho will be training the Law Students’ Legal Advice Program‘s summer clinicians today.  The program is better known by the acronym “LSLAP.” LSLAP is a non-profit run by law students at the Peter A. Allard School of Law at the University of British Columbia. Clinicians provide free legal advice and representation … Continued

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Ian Kennedy defends employee lawsuit from application to strike or stay

TGC lawyer Ian Kennedy successfully defended an employer’s application to strike or, alternatively, stay a lawsuit brought by an employee in the B.C. Supreme Court. The employer attempted to argue that separate proceedings brought by the employee before the B.C. Human Rights Tribunal and the Workers Compensation Board overlapped with the issues raised in the … Continued

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TGC lawyers feature at 2018 Employment Law conference

TGC lawyers Blair Curtis, David McWhinnie and Martin Sheard featured at the 2018 Employment Law Conference presented by the Continuing Legal Education Society of BC. Every year, the Employment Law Conference gathers employment lawyers from around this Province to discuss current issues in employment law and to listen to presenters on a variety of topics. Blair, … Continued

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Remember to vote for a Bencher, please consider Ashley Syer

Tevlin Gleadle Curtis Employment Law Strategies is putting its support behind Ashley Syer in this important election.  If you want to vote, please follow these instructions: On the Law Society website, log in to Member Portal. You will need your surname and password to log in. If you have forgotten your password, click the link … Continued

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TGC Opens Tri Cities Office

On May 1, TGC opens its Port Moody office at: 220 Brew Street, Suite 301, Port Moody Stay tuned for more details about this exciting development.        

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