Intrusion upon Seclusion

December 13th, 2014 by Heidi Taylor

In 2012 the Ontario court of Appeal recognized a new privacy tort: intrusion upon seclusion. That decision may have opened the floodgates with the Ontario Court now certifying a class action against…

Congratulations to Karley Scott

December 7th, 2014 by FH&P Lawyers

We wish to extend our congratulations to Karley Scott on being called to the Bar of British Columbia and welcome her to our firm as an Associate. Congratulations Karley!

FH&P Partner Dylan Switzer in Kelowna’s Top Forty Under 40

November 13th, 2014 by FH&P Lawyers

The FH&P Lawyers LLP team congratulates Dylan Switzer for his nomination in the Kelowna Top Forty Under 40.

Waivers in Sport, Recreation, and Adventure Tourism

November 4th, 2014 by Clay Williams

It is an annual tradition for my family to go to the mall in the fall and purchase our annual season ski passes. We get our pictures taken (and I have kept our passes for every year – they show the…

Wrongful Employment

October 15th, 2014 by Gillian M. Dougans

I was recently asked – is there such a thing as wrongful employment? There are such things as wrongful termination, illegal hiring practices, and criminal occupations but what about wrongful…

Neighbourhood, Kids, and a Bad Accident

September 12th, 2014 by FH&P Lawyers

I recently had the opportunity to run a liability only trial where a six year old boy emerged from his driveway in a residential neighbourhood and was struck by a van almost immediately upon entering…

Congratulations to Colin Flannigan

July 24th, 2014 by FH&P Lawyers

We wish to extend our congratulations to Colin Flannigan on being called to the Bar of British Columbia and welcome him to our firm as an Associate! Congratulations Colin!

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How to Sell a Business

Right on the heels of our very successful “How to Buy a Business” course, we are now hosting a course entitled “How to Sell Your Business”. Please e-mail David Kemp at dkemp@fhplawyers.com for an invitation to the course.

Lawyer Spotlight On David Horvath

Originally from Hungary’s mining town of Komló, David Horvath immigrated to Canada with his family in 1999. He is the first member of his family to attend a post-secondary institution, graduating from the University of British Columbia with a double major in history and classical studies. David then continued to complete law school at Thompson Rivers University in Kamloops, B.C., taking a special interest in tortious liability claims.

FH&P Lawyers Were Successful In Proving Fraud In Home Sale Case

FH&P lawyers are pleased to announce that our Clay Williams and David Horvath were successful in prosecuting a fraud case against vendors who had sold their “fixer-upper” house and made false statements in their property disclosure statement.