Keyser Mason Ball, LLP November 2017 e-Newsletter

Congratulations to Christine Thrush from THRUSH Construction and Electrical Inc.!! 
You are last month’s winner to answer our Canadian trivia correctly and being the 150th entry received.
To commemorate Remembrance Day tomorrow, be sure to answer this month’s Canadian Remembrance Day trivia. Submit your answers for a chance to be this month’s lucky winner. Each month until December we will be celebrating Canada’s 150th birthday with you!
In this month’s edition of our e-Newsletter we bring to you:
Our first article titled “Lost Lien Rights” by Ann Hatsios, an associate from our Commercial Litigation and Construction Law practice groups provides this article which gives hope to subcontractors who are owed funds in a construction project.  Through the Construction Lien Act, there are multiple avenues that can be followed when seeking full payment for services rendered or products provided in a construction project.
The next article is provided by Nav Bandal, an associate in our Employment and Labour practice group. Employment law provides a cautionary tale on termination of employees through working notice or while on leave.
Followed by Nav Shokar, an associate in our Family Law practice group, gives insight into the equalization of property during a divorce or separation under the Family Law Act.