Carole Aippersbach, Author at LawNow Magazine

About Carole Aippersbach

Carole Aippersbach is a lawyer with the Centre for Public Legal Education in Edmonton, Alberta.

The Intersection of Law, Language and Culture

Introduction When we think of the intersection of law and language, most of us reflect on the linguistic sides of the issue, such as: questions about why law-makers use certain words as opposed to others, queries about ‘legalese’, and problems of misunderstanding, interpretation and translation. Rarely do we spend much time considering the possibility that […]

Authors:

Carole Aippersbach
Carole Aippersbach is a lawyer with the Centre for Public Legal Education in Edmonton, Alberta.
 

How to Avoid Your Day in Court

When people think of needing legal help, they often think of lawyers, court forms, and court rooms. As those who have been there already know, it isn’t nearly as glamorous as it seems on television, and quite to the contrary, it can be quite scary. The good news is that not every legal issue has […]

Authors:

Carole Aippersbach
Carole Aippersbach is a lawyer with the Centre for Public Legal Education in Edmonton, Alberta.
 

Food Safety in Canada – A Balancing Act?

In 1967, Pierre Trudeau famously stated that the Canadian government has no place in the bedrooms of the nation. What he didn’t comment upon was whether the government had a place in our kitchens. It did – and it still does. Although most of us rarely think of the federal government when we sit down […]

Authors:

Carole Aippersbach
Carole Aippersbach is a lawyer with the Centre for Public Legal Education in Edmonton, Alberta.
 

Mistake #5 in Starting a Small Business: Not Getting a Lawyer for your Business

Continued from Mistake #4: Not Being Adequately Insured Mistake #5. Not Getting a Lawyer for your Business As the owner of a business, you would likely never try to do all of your own accounting, computer support, and cleaning – you would probably hire someone. After all, you are there to run the business part […]

Authors:

Carole Aippersbach
Carole Aippersbach is a lawyer with the Centre for Public Legal Education in Edmonton, Alberta.
 

Mistake #4 in Starting a Small Business: Not Being Adequately Insured

Continued from Mistake #3: The Contents of Leases Mistake #4. Not Being Adequately Insured New businesses often have insufficient insurance. In deciding what kind and how much insurance to secure, a new business owner should carefully examine the needs of the business. Here is a summary of the most common forms of insurance coverage. Property […]

Authors:

Carole Aippersbach
Carole Aippersbach is a lawyer with the Centre for Public Legal Education in Edmonton, Alberta.
 


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