Business Practices and Consumer Protection Act: Direct Sales, Distance Sales and Prepaid Purchase Cards

February 5th, 2019 by FH&P Lawyers

It’s a classic scenario — someone rings your doorbell or calls your home to ‘make you an offer you can’t refuse’ on a product or service that they are selling. Whether it’s a robust cable package, a…

Constructive Dismissal Revisited

February 21st, 2017 by FH&P Lawyers

While employers have a general right to manage the workplace, they do not have a general right to unilaterally alter important terms in the employment contract. A constructive dismissal arises where…

Employment Agreement Pitfalls

February 14th, 2017 by FH&P Lawyers

Written employment agreements can benefit both employers and employees. They provide clarity about each party’s entitlements and obligations. Perhaps because of this, written employment agreements…

(AUDIO) Gillian Dougans Discusses Civil Jury Trials in British Columbia

September 20th, 2016 by Gillian Dougans

Gillian Dougans discusses civil jury trials in British Columbia with AM1150.

(AUDIO) Paul Johnson Discusses Civil & Commercial Debt Collection Actions

September 6th, 2016 by FH&P Lawyers

Paul Johnson discusses civil & commercial debt collection actions with AM1150.

Cycling on the Streets of Kelowna

June 16th, 2016 by Gillian Dougans

Can cars and bikes share the road? Yes! But it requires an effort on both parts.

Social Media and your Personal Injury Claim

December 17th, 2015 by FH&P Lawyers

In a world interwoven with social media, insurance companies are increasingly using social media accounts to decrease the value of a personal injury claim. Being aware of how insurance companies will…

Waivers in Sport, Recreation, and Adventure Tourism

November 4th, 2015 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…

Used Vehicles and the Sale of Goods Act

December 17th, 2014 by FH&P Lawyers

I recently had the opportunity to defend a car dealership in an action where the plaintiff was claiming that they had effectively sold him a lemon because components of the heating and air…

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…

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FH&P Lawyers LLP is pleased to announce that Nancy Ling has become a Partner in the firm

FH&P Lawyers LLP is pleased to announce that Nancy Ling has become a Partner in the firm as of September 1, 2018. Nancy works in estate administration, wills, trusts, estate and incapacity planning, residential and commercial real estate, property matters, corporate transactions and business law.

FH&P Lawyers LLP welcomes David Horvath to the Firm

FH&P Lawyers LLP is pleased to announce David Horvath has joined the team as an associate of the firm.

FH&P Lawyers Continues to Support the Special Olympics British Columbia

FH&P Lawyers has been and continues to be, the title sponsor of the Annual Special Olympics Golf Tournament since 2012.