The 2015 Edition of the authoritative Builders Liens Practice Manual has now been published. Don Thompson is a member of the three-person editorial board and Dave Mckenzie and Tyler Galbraith are chapter authors.October 16, 2015 | Publications by JML Lawyers, What's New September 8, 2014 | Publications by JML Lawyers, What's New
Read “Property Under the Family Law Act“, co-authored by JML’s Kimberley Santerre and the Honourable Marion J. Allan of Clark Wilson LLP. The paper was originally published by Continuing Legal Education Society of British Columbia and was presented at a CLE course called “Property Under the Family Law Act” held in Vancouver.
Jane Reid is currently working as a contributing author on the Annotated Family Practice for 2014-2015. This is Jane’s fifth year as a contributing author.February 5, 2014 | Publications by JML Lawyers, What's New
Grace Choi wrote the “Family Law” chapter for the Annual Review of Law for Continuing Legal EducationOctober 31, 2013 | Publications by JML Lawyers, What's New
The 2013 update of the authoritative British Columbia Builders Liens Practice Manual has been released and reflects developments in the law of builders liens over the last two years. Don Thompson is a member of the three-person Editorial Board, and Tyler Galbraith and Dave Mckenzie are contributing authors.
Read Tyler Galbraith‘s new paper, “The Validity and Enforceability of Electronic Bid Bonds”, which has also been released by the British Columbia Construction Association in conjunction with the launch the new electronic bonding process on BidCentral.August 1, 2013 | Canadian Law Updates, Publications by JML Lawyers, What's New July 6, 2013 | Publications by JML Lawyers, What's New June 28, 2013 | Publications by JML Lawyers August 29, 2012 | Publications by JML Lawyers
In June 2012, an article authored by Dinyar Marzban and Jamie Wood entitled, “Lifting the Corporate Veil: Income Determinations for Shareholders, Directors and Officers Under Section 18 of the Federal Child Support Guidelines” was published in Volume 31.1 of Canadian Family Law Quarterly. Dinyar and Jamie originally authored this article as a paper that Dinyar presented at the National Judicial Institute Conference in Toronto, Ontario in February 2012.