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Robertson Stromberg Celebrates International Women’s Day on March 8

Each March, International Women's Day (IWD2022) is a day to celebrate the achievements of women and girls around the world. This year’s theme is Break The Bias – addressing the unconscious bias that females can experience based on gender. At Robertson Stromberg LLP,...

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Misty Alexandre presents to the Mechanical Contractors Association of Saskatchewan on the new Prompt Payment Legislation

In a session geared especially for MCAS members, Misty Alexandre presented on the incoming prompt payment legislation. The session focused on how the new Builder’s Lien (Prompt Payment) Amendment Act will impact infrastructure owners, the design community, and...

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Misty Alexander and Jared Epp present to the Saskatchewan Construction Association on the new Prompt Payment Legislation for Owners

In a session geared especially for owners, Misty Alexander and Jared Epp offer a webinar with a focus on the incoming prompt payment legislation and its impact on infrastructure owners, the design community, and contractors. Register here.Tuesday, February 1, 2022...

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Misty Alexandre and Jared Epp present to the Saskatchewan Construction Association on the new Prompt Payment Legislation

In a session geared especially for contractors, Misty Alexandre and Jared Epp presented to the Saskatchewan Construction Association on the incoming prompt payment legislation. The session focused on how the new Builder’s Lien (Prompt Payment) Amendment Act will...

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Saskatchewan Estate Litigation Update: Vance (Re), 2021 SKQB 320

The recent decision in Vance (Re), 2021 SKQB 320, reminds us of the importance of keeping our wills updated. The application in Vance was brought by De-Anna Lynn Bailey, in relation to the estate of her nephew, James Benjamin Gilbert Vance (“Deceased”). Background To...

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Funeral expenses: Why executors should pay them promptly

This article discusses the payment of funeral expenses out of an estate, and why executors should pay them promptly. The first reason is practical. After death, the funeral home is often the first to provide a service to the estate. It disposes of the body in a safe...

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Rebutting the Presumption of Resulting Trust – A Refresher

Today’s post comes from Wagner Sidlofsky LLP, a well-known estate law blog. The article talks about the importance of creating a contemporaneous evidentiary record of a parent’s intention when gifting property to their adult children.

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