Kyla Lee

Weird and Wacky Wednesdays: Volume Ninety Seven


This week on Weird and Wacky Wednesdays, we look at what might cause a man to say “see ya later, alligator” and mean it literally. Then, we question how you can be charged with impaired driving when you’re simply floating in the water. Finally, we head to Australia where we hear about a very questionable excuse for speeding.

Follow the jump to learn more about the weirdest and wackiest legal cases from around the globe! …

Should I Dispute a Speeding Ticket in BC?

Should I Dispute a Speeding Ticket


This is one of the most commonly asked questions that I receive as a lawyer: should I dispute a speeding ticket? Every day, numerous people who want to keep their driving records traffic ticket free call me to ask about disputing a speeding ticket and whether it is worth it to file the ticket in dispute.

The purpose of this blog post is to give you a little more information about whether you should dispute a speeding ticket in BC. …

Weird and Wacky Wednesdays: Volume Ninety Six


This week on Weird and Wacky Wednesdays, we look at a very unsanitary thing to do, pandemic or not. Then, we examine the case of a Florida man who used coronavirus as an excuse that did not really fit his crimes. Finally, we look at a ridiculous lawsuit involving basketball star LeBron James.

Follow the jump and read more about this week’s weirdest and wackiest legal cases. …

How Many Tickets Until I Lose My License?

How Many Tickets Until I Lose My License


A lot of people call me to ask about how many tickets they can get before they lose their license. People are concerned that having a certain number of points or a minimum number of tickets will trigger a driving prohibition.

So I will answer this question for anyone who is wondering how many tickets it will take for them to lose their driver’s license. …

Weird and Wacky Wednesdays: Volume Ninety Five 

This week on Weird and Wacky Wednesdays, we look at some funny legal cases that will take your mind off the lockdowns, pandemics, and social distancing messaging. I mean, if anything is going to make you want to stay inside, it’s knowing that going outside means potentially encountering some of these people!

Follow the jump for some much-needed comic relief.

Personal Injury Damages: Cases That Should Have Gone to the Supreme Court of Canada, But Didn’t!

Welcome to Cases That Should Have Gone to the Supreme Court of Canada, But Didn’t! This week, lawyer Kyla Lee discusses damages in personal injury cases.

Acumen Law Corporation lawyer Kyla Lee gives her take on a made-in-Canada court case each week and discusses why these cases should have been heard by Canada’s highest court: the Supreme Court of Canada.

Suit Drive on hold until the Fall    


I have taken the decision to postpone the Women’s Suit Drive until the Fall. I recently launched the drive in what would have been its second year.

Unfortunately, with everything that’s going on with COVID-19 it’s just not an option right now. Acumen Law’s offices will not be scheduling any in person appointments at its offices for the time being.

It’s important that we all heed the directions of public health officials as we try to delay and limit the spread of the virus. Consequently, Acumen will suspend all pickups and drop-offs of donations.

Please note, the Women’s Suit Drive is on hold, not cancelled. If it’s safe to do so, we will resume the drive in the Fall. It’s a cause that’s close to my heart and I had really been looking forward to providing UBC law graduates with the suits but safety comes first.

If you would still like to donate a new or gently used women’s suit, of any shape, size, colour or style, you can do so via mail to Acumen Law’s Vancouver or Richmond locations.

You can also send cash donations or clothing store gift cards and I am happy to take any donations which will go directly to buying clothing for UBC law students. You can reach me kyla@kylalee.ca.

A further announcement will be made after summer about when the Women’s Suit Drive will resume. Until then, stay safe.

Weird and Wacky Wednesdays: Volume Ninety Four


This week on Weird and Wacky Wednesdays, we participate in the coronavirus excitement, by  looking at three legal cases that relate to the COVID-19 pandemic from around the globe. First, we examine how not to engage in social distancing. Then, we look at the most hilarious type  of theft followed by the most absurd reporting of that theft. Lastly, we look at how one lawyer managed to use coronavirus to his client’s advantage… just not on purpose.

Follow the jump and read more about this week’s weirdest and wackiest legal stories from around the globe. …

Search and Seizure: Cases That Should Have Gone to the Supreme Court of Canada, But Didn’t!

Welcome to Cases That Should Have Gone to the Supreme Court of Canada, But Didn’t! This week, lawyer Kyla Lee discusses search and seizure.

Acumen Law Corporation lawyer Kyla Lee gives her take on a made-in-Canada court case each week and discusses why these cases should have been heard by Canada’s highest court: the Supreme Court of Canada. …

Weird and Wacky Wednesdays: Volume Ninety Three

This week on Weird and Wacky Wednesdays, we look at another way that men complain when their… fragile male ego is bruised. And even when it’s not! Then we look at one really, really good reason not to take meth. Finally, we look at what happens when you make a stupid argument to an appellate court about something that any teenager can do.

Read on to find out more about this week’s weirdest and wackiest legal cases from around the globe.

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