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Legal news and issues with lawyer Michael Mulligan on CFAX 1070 in Victoria, British Columbia, Canada.

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Legal news and issues with lawyer Michael Mulligan on CFAX 1070 in Victoria, British Columbia, Canada.

    Fraudulent mass mailing search warrant, bulk COVID adjournments and unsightly garbage bin acquittal

    Fraudulent mass mailing search warrant, bulk COVID adjournments and unsightly garbage bin acquittal

    This week on Legally Speaking with Michael Mulligan:The USA and Canada have a treaty that provides for mutual legal assistance in the investigation of criminal matters. Pursuant to this treaty, the Minister of Justice of Canada, at the request of the...

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    Duty to defend metal in eye of NHL goalie, 13kg of heroin in the trunk, and a $90K telephone scam

    Duty to defend metal in eye of NHL goalie, 13kg of heroin in the trunk, and a $90K telephone scam

    This week on Legally Speaking with Michael Mulligan:In August of 2015, Mr. Upton was attempting to straighten a bent metal plate from the steering mechanism of his 1955 Chevrolet Bel Air. He had removed it from the vehicle, placed it on a concrete step...

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    Home theft by title fraud, defamation for false claim of sexual abuse on Facebook, child support and bankruptcy

    Home theft by title fraud, defamation for false claim of sexual abuse on Facebook, child support and bankruptcy

    This week on Legally Speaking with Michael Mulligan:Land title fraud can result in the loss of your home.  Efforts to fraudulently impersonate property owners have increased along with the use of remote transactions. With property, other than real...

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    A fraudulent conveyance voided, Johnson & Johnson sued over a blood clot, and sealed Buziak documents

    A fraudulent conveyance voided, Johnson & Johnson sued over a blood clot, and sealed Buziak documents

    This week on Legally Speaking with Michael Mulligan:In 2003 there was a coastal forestry worker strike in BC. It involved thousands of employees and multiple unions. After three weeks the strike was eventually ended by back-to-work legislation. One of...

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    Wrongful dismissal damages, police officer's $1.5M ICBC claim denied and Civil Resolution Tribunal patently unreasonable

    Wrongful dismissal damages, police officer's $1.5M ICBC claim denied and Civil Resolution Tribunal patently unreasonable

    This week on Legally Speaking with Michael Mulligan:Mr. Eisler was born in 1932. He left school at age 14 and started work as a farmer and shepherd. By age 18 he was working in the Alberta oil fields. By 22 he was a field supervisor and by age 31 he had...

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    US Billionaire vs a fish and game club, BC firearm legislation and a will after separation

    US Billionaire vs a fish and game club, BC firearm legislation and a will after separation

    This week on Legally Speaking with Michael Mulligan:The Douglas Lake Cattle Company is the largest cattle range in Canada. It is owned by US billionaire Stan Kroenke, who also owns the Colorado Avalanche and the Denver Nuggets, amongst other things. The...

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