Professional Conduct Blog

iPad legal essentials

Your iPad won’t replace your laptop and give you the same on-the-road productivity, but for accessing information, the (3g) iPad is outstanding. A few tricks will help speed your access to essential files, subject of course to your own security…

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How boards should deal with dissenting views of board members

Anyone who has served on a board has likely encountered the situation of a minority of members strongly dissenting over an issue. To navigate such a difficult situation, a board member should review applicable rules to ensure that resolutions made…

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SCC refuses leave in Salway v APEGBC

On June 14, 2010, the SCC denied an engineer leave to appeal an appellate decision restoring a reprimand for unprofessional conduct (for his failing to respond to client correspondence in a timely way) in Salway v. Association of Professional Engineers…

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