Jeremy Hainsworth

Former B.C. payroll administrator must pay $2M for embezzlement

'Overwhelming case of fraud, misappropriation, conversion and deceit,' says judge

B.C. privacy commissioner joins federal investigation into OpenAI

Federal probe stems from complaint alleging the collection, use and disclosure of personal information without consent

Flight delays not Air Canada's fault, B.C. tribunal says

In a recent decision, B.C.'s Civil Resolution Tribunal said flight delays due to airport issues were beyond Air Canada's control.

'Unfair labour practice': B.C. government accused of blocking union bid by its own lawyers

The BCGLA has filed unionization cards with the province's Labour Relations Board

B.C. childcare company alleges defamation in Google reviews

Company alleges Port Moody parents gave one-star reviews and left comments that damaged its reputation

B.C. government can sue opioid companies in B.C. Supreme Court

The B.C. government began the putative class proceeding in August 2018 to recover health-care costs.

B.C. privacy commissioner ends federal Liberal Party probe

Michael McEvoy was examining the party's use of the controversial technology for identification purposes in nomination races. 

Lack of B.C. strata depreciation reports a cause for concern, says association

B.C. stratas delaying depreciation reports could lead to insurance problems and owner liability issues.

'Burn in hell': B.C. actor, singer acted 'abusively' in claim against talent agency

‘I hope you get caught and you and your kids burn in hell,’ a B.C. actor and singer texted her former talent agency during a B.C. Civil Resolution Tribunal process. The Tribunal...

'Cowardly' anonymous attacks on journalist covering COVID denounced by B.C. judge

Richard Sean Oliver pleaded guilty to criminal harassment and was ordered not to contact journalists Jody Vance, Keith Baldrey, Marcella Bernardo and others.