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Private Schooling: A Joint Decision

A recent decision from the Court of Queen’s Bench of Alberta highlighted the importance of obtaining consent from the access parent before enrolling a child in private schooling. In Austin v. Austin 2013 ABQB 562, Madam Justice S.L. Hunt- McDonald dealt with a case where the parties were married in 1993 and separated in 2001. [...]

October 30th, 2013|

Vogel LLP & The DI

The Calgary Drop-In and Rehab Centre is an organization whose mission is to prevent homelessness where possible, offer care and shelter when needed, and provide opportunities for people to rehabilitate and rebuild their lives. Students at their woodworking shop, supervised by professionals, built new Reception furniture and Boardroom tables for Vogel LLP following a major [...]

January 23rd, 2013|

Vogel LLP Resolves Serious Personal Injury Claim

Vogel LLP is pleased to announce the resolution of a serious personal injury claim. Our client was involved in a serious two car head-on highway collision that resulted in two fatalities in the Defendant’s vehicle. As a result of this collision, our client sustained permanent and debilitating injuries which have forever changed his life. While [...]

January 22nd, 2013|

How Marriage Affects The Legalities Of Child Support

Child support has been a hot button topic throughout Alberta and all of Canada lately. One of the issues on the mind of many is the difference of child support for couples getting divorced, compared to couples separating from a non-marriage relationship. The biggest difference stems from the fact that the Family Law Act determines [...]

November 13th, 2012|

The Impact Of Digital Photography In Courtroom Evidence

Why have digital cameras changed the way photographs are used in court cases? Photographs have been used as a component in courtroom evidence for ages, and digital cameras are bringing the tracking capabilities of photographs to a new level. Traditional photographs were seen as a snapshot of one moment in time. Digital photographs are different [...]

November 8th, 2012|

Would Vehicle Seizures By Calgary Police Damage The Legal Process?

2012 has been a year filled with many changes for Alberta drivers and there could be even more changes on the way. In what would be a continuation of a series of harsher penalties for driving violations, there is now a proposal to seize the vehicles of drivers caught speeding multiple times. Calgary Police Chief Rick [...]

November 6th, 2012|

How Can Identities Be Protected In Divorce Case Files?

In the age of social media, it’s common for people to share their news of engagement, marriage and birth with the world. But when it comes to divorce, most people want keep the details private. Now family lawyers are questioning whether identities should be kept under wraps in divorce documents to protect the privacy of [...]

October 29th, 2012|

Court Rules Medical Marijuana Should Be Covered By Worker’s Compensation On Case By Case Basis

Should prescribed medical marijuana be covered under workers' compensation? This is the question courts across Canada are answering in different ways. The Quebec Superior Court ordered the Workers' Compensation Board (WCB) in Quebec to pay for medical marijuana the same as it would for any other prescription drug. The WCB in Ontario was ordered to [...]

October 23rd, 2012|

Vogel LLP Associate Andy Hayher New Interim Head Coach Of Sait’s Men’s Volleyball

Andy Hayher and Jeff Smith will be leading a very strong SAIT Trojans men's volleyball team into battle during the 2012-13 Alberta Colleges Athletic Conference (ACAC) season, following the resignation of veteran head coach Ryan Marsden for personal reasons. Hayher, an Associate at Vogel LLP's Calgary law firm, is a former provincial and national silver [...]

October 17th, 2012|

The Controversy Surrounding Alberta Missing Persons Act

The Missing Persons Act came into effect in Alberta this September. The new law grants police access to personal information such as cell phone records, computer records, television records, education files, health files, employment history and financial records when they are investigating a missing persons case. The justification behind the new Alberta law is that [...]

October 4th, 2012|