Terms of Use

Terms of Use:

This website (the site) and its content is provided by HHBG Law Corporation (d.b.a. HHBG Lawyers) conditional on your acceptance of the terms and conditions (Terms) of use set out below. By accessing this site, you agree to be bound by the Terms.
HHBG Lawyers may make modifications to the Terms at any time. Changes will be effective once posted to the Site. Your continued use of the Site after changes to the Terms are posted will constitute acceptance of the changes. For this reason, we encourage you to review the Terms as frequently as you deem appropriate to ensure your continued agreement with them.
HHBG Lawyers may modify the Site at any time and without notice. The firm reserves the right, but not the duty, to correct any errors or omissions in any portion of this Site at any time without notice.
All text, images, audio or visual recordings or web code (“Works”) on the Site are Copyright © HHBG Law Corporation unless otherwise indicated.
The Works may not be transmitted, transcribed, reproduced, stored or translated into any other form, in whole or in part, except as permitted, referenced below.
You may access and use the Works and the Site only in accordance with all applicable laws and the Terms. Subject to the Terms, HHBG Law Corporation grants to you license to access and use the Site without modification. By accessing or using the Site, you do not acquire any other right or license to the Site.
Works included on our Site that reference a third party creator will require the permission of that third party creator for any reproduction or other use unless otherwise indicated.


Any use of or reliance on the Site or the contents of the Site shall be at your sole risk. HHBG Law Corporation makes no representation or warranty regarding the Site or its contents. HHBG Law Corporation expressly disclaims all representations, warranties, conditions and endorsements. Further, HHBG Law Corporation makes no warranty as to the accuracy, quality or completeness of the contents of the Site, nor to title or non-infringement, nor to the absence of any software virus or other harmful component. We do not warrant that the Site will operate without interruptions, or that it will be error-free.
It should also be noted that the information on the Site (or accessed through this site) is not provided as legal advice, and that you agree that it will not be relied upon as such.

Limitations of Liability

HHBG Law Corporation, its partners, shareholders and employees or agents will not be responsible or liable for any loss or damages whatsoever, including any direct, indirect, incidental, special, punitive or consequential damages, arising from or in connection with your use of, access to or your reliance on, or your inability to use or access, the Site, any contents of the Site, any external links on the Site, any website linked to the Site, or any contents thereof, or any website linking to the Site, or any contents thereof.

Governing Law

These Terms are governed by the laws of the Province of British Columbia and the laws of Canada. The Site and the Works are intended for use only in jurisdictions where they may lawfully be provided for use.

Do you have a legal problem?


Contact HHBG Employment Lawyers before you make any decisions about your rights at work




Try Our Online Legal Service

Does the thought of spending time in a lawyer’s office give you the heebie-jeebies? Hey, we get it - it’s not everyone’s cup of tea. With our online legal service you can get advice and manage most or all of your matter online from the comfort of your own home.

From the Blog
Support During COVID-19

Employee Rights During COVID These are some of the stories our lawyers have heard since the outbreak of COVID-19: Do I have to accept my employer’s decision to cut my salary by 25%? My emplo…

Learn what mitigation means when you get fired

If you have just been fired, you might have heard the word “mitigation” used by your company, or from a lawyer. It’s an important concept to understand in order to protect your rights. Here’s …

Six Answers you Need About Severance Today (Before you get Fired)

Companies fire employees every day. Most people never expect to be fired.  Most people are not ready for the emotional and financial costs of a surprise dismissal. Here are six answers employees s…


Share This

Share this post with your friends!