HKMK Law Canada | Education, Business & Workplace Law

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John Boon J.D. owns and operates HKMK Law Canada and only they are legally authorized to practice law in BC and Canada. HKMK Law Canada cannot engage in other practices beyond the practice of law.

HKMK Law Canada provides specific client focused services that legally constitute the practice of law – largely focused on business, workplace and education law. It is active, but selective in terms of the clients and work it takes on.

Education, Workplace and Business Law | Contract Management
Public Law Regulation | Enforcement and Compliance
Administrative Law
Employment and Independent Service Contracts | Service Level Contracts
Professions Regulation & Management
International Business and Trade Law
Joint Venture, Shareholder, Affiliation and Collaboration Contracts

Student and Institution Contracts
Institution and Recruiter Contracts |Other Institution, Student and Third-Party Contracts
International Education Law and Management
Student Immigration Services | For Students, Institutions, Graduates
Workplace Integrated Learning | Education and Workplace Liaison

Legal Training and Information Services  | 2050 Knowledge Corporation

Fees and Payments

Subject to contract variations and special project fees, hourly fees are between $250.00 and $300.00 per hour.

With legal services advance payment is generally required. Funds paid to trust are withdrawn after services are provided and invoiced for

Option 1: Client’s credit card number is provided to us and entered into our virtual terminal.

Option 2: Clients click on the links below and make the payment agreed to or that they choose. In this case, the credit card number is not disclosed to us.
HKMK Law Canada | Payment LinkEnter Sales Amount Plus 12% HST.

Option 3: Recurring payments for special services occur by automatic debit on the first of each month unless otherwise agreed.

Option 4: Email transfer payments are possible with most banks. The parties communicate first by any means so the payer has the correct email address and both parties have the security information required (e.g. Question and Answer). The payer goes to their online banking system and sends the payment to that email address. The receiver will determine the destination account.