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  • Published by Jillian Dean,

Do teenagers have the same responsibilities as adults when riding as passengers in cars?  What about a 17 year old who takes a ride in a friend’s mom’s car – but when the car is driven by an entirely different

  • Published by Jillian Dean,

I’m a young person with mild symptoms, but I worry about how they’ll affect my career.  Will I be awarded for a loss of future earnings? In a recent decision, the Court of Appeal upheld a trial court’s decision not

  • Published by Jillian Dean,

If I see someone starting to slide on snowy roads, what does the law expect me to do?  Is there a ‘wrong choice’ of precautionary step? In a recent judgment of British Columbia’s Court of Appeal, the court unanimously upheld

  • Published by Jill Bishop,

If an employee willfully violates the privacy of another, is the employer liable under BC’s Privacy Act? The liability of the employer is called “vicarious liability”. What if the employee works at ICBC and accesses the personal information of many