McLeod Law Celebrates 40 Years
When we began making plans for McLeod Law’s 40th anniversary, who would have imagined the year would be defined by a global pandemic? ...Read More
Robin G. Lokhorst
Articles & Publications
There are 3 types of Resolutions those involved in Condominium governance must be aware of and understand – the Special Resolution, the Ordinary Resolution and the Board Resolution. Each of these have different requirements for passing and they cannot be used interchangeably.
2022 Personal Information Privacy Breach Report Released
The Office of the Information and Privacy Commissioner (OIPC) recently released a report (Report) analyzing privacy “breaches” (as defined in the Report) in Alberta over the last decade, showing some interesting trends.
OIPC’s Report suggests that the most common breaches have shifted from unintentional or non-malicious loss of information to intentional or malicious unauthorized access of information.
Everything You Should Know About "The Merge"
Sometime around September 15, 2022, the ethereum blockchain will hit its terminal total difficulty and transition to a new consensus mechanism. This upcoming event is known as "The Merge", and it is a huge deal.
The Law On Dao (Decentralized Automated Organizations)
Blockchain technology is transforming the world around us. Unfortunately, with change comes challenges and uncertainty, which can be particularly difficult when it comes to uncertainties with law.
The Litigation Committee or, Why You Shouldn't Have All Owners Vote On a Settlement Proposal
Condominium Boards may think that it is fair that the owners should get a voice in accepting or rejecting any settlement proposal, particularly a settlement in an action against and developer or contractor involving expensive repair of deficiencies.
Motor Vehicle Accidents: What to do if you've been involved in one.
Personal Injury Lawyer, Kristy Williams, details the steps you must take from the moment you've been involved in a car accident to getting your Insurer involved.