Holiday Hours: Our offices will be closed for the holidays from December 26-30, 2022 and January 2, 2023.

Paul Ives, Q.C. joins Ramsay Lampman Rhodes in Courtenay

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RLR Lawyers is pleased to announce that Paul Ives, Q.C. has joined the firm in our Courtenay office where he will continue to assist clients with corporate and commercial transactions, wills and estate planning, and real estate development. You can find Paul’s new contact information and learn more about the legal expertise he has to…

RLR Lawyers Meets the West Coast General Hospital Foundation Emergency Challenge…Join Us!

Featured Left to right in the photo above are: Brittany K. Rousseau, Whitney Mosley, Peter C.P. Behie, Karen Maika (WCGH Foundation Treasurer), Shane Landreville and Thomas Senecal. RLR Lawyers was very pleased to participate in the West Coast Hospital Foundation Emergency Challenge by donating $50,000 to help fund their Emergency Department expansion. The firm has…

RLR Lawyers will be closed on Sept 30, 2021, to commemorate The National Day for Truth and Reconciliation

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This blog post announces that RLR Law will be closed on Thursday, September 30th, 2021 for Truth and Reconciliation day.

B.C. Introduces Land Owner Transparency Register

On November 30, 2020, the Land Owner Transparency Act (“LOTA”) came into force in B.C. This legislation will impact almost everyone who acquires or currently holds an interest in land through a corporation, partnership, or trust. In particular, LOTA: requires disclosure by individuals who hold, directly or indirectly, beneficial interests in land in British Columbia through a…

Making sense of layoffs during a pandemic. Sheridan King featured on Island Thrive podcast.

Early in July, Sheridan King joined Dave Monahan and Paul Holmes, of Smart Dolphins IT Solutions on their podcast, Island Thrive. Sheridan provided an update on employment law issues in B.C.’s current economic climate, focusing on temporary layoffs and COVID-19. Sheridan reviewed a broad range of employment law concepts that come into play when a B.C. employer…

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