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McLeod Law Update to our Clients in Response to the COVID-19 Pandemic

Since we closed our physical offices and began to work remotely, we continue to service our client’s while safeguarding the health of everyone. Like all organ...Read More

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Understanding Layoff vs Termination

Shane King explains some of the current employer and employee obligations and recent changes in response to COVID, from the basis of a layoff versus a termination to health and safety requirements.

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Cryptocurrency and death: Where’s your key?

Cryptocurrency, cryptocoins, Bitcoin, cryptos, altcoins, digital coins, digital assets. If you hold digital currency, how do you ensure these assets are included in your estate plan?

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Road Testing Your Incapacity Plan

As Alberta begins to re-open and people take to the roads again, it may be time to "check your oil". It may also be time to tune-up your estate plan. In case you need to rely on it, having a plan for incapacity is as important as having the right fluid levels in your car. We offer some questions to consider on your next road trip.

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How to Know When You Have Entered into a Contract

The easiest way to show there is an agreement between two parties is to put it down on paper. But in reality, unwritten contracts can be formed by verbal agreement or by the actions of the parties.

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What happens if you're injured as a passenger in another person’s vehicle?

Passengers who are injured in a car accident have rights against the driver of the vehicle they were in. These situations can become complicated and confusing quite quickly for injured parties, even with insurers who have the best of intentions.

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Protecting Your Financial Interests Should a Customer or Supplier go Insolvent

Insolvency proceedings can be initiated without warning by any company, large or small. If you have significant receivables, it's important to know how to protect your financial rights should your customer or supplier go insolvent. Here are the three most common filing processes.

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