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2021 Due Diligence Guide

2021-10-04T09:53:21-07:00

The first half of 2021 has been transformative for HR and employment law in Canada. New regulations have taken effect regarding workplace safety, temporary layoffs, right to disconnect, privacy, and [...]

2021 Due Diligence Guide2021-10-04T09:53:21-07:00

What Employers Should Know About BC’s New Accessibility Legislation

2021-06-23T15:17:36-07:00

The B.C. Government is reviewing new accessibility legislation that will establish standards aimed at identifying, removing and preventing barriers to accessibility and inclusion. If passed, standards will be developed in [...]

What Employers Should Know About BC’s New Accessibility Legislation2021-06-23T15:17:36-07:00

Ontario Decision: Important Reminder to Review and Update Termination Provisions

2021-06-04T15:08:11-07:00

Last year, we wrote about the Ontario Court of Appeal decision in Waksdale v. Swegon North America that cast doubt on the enforceability of termination provisions in many employment contracts in Ontario. [...]

Ontario Decision: Important Reminder to Review and Update Termination Provisions2021-06-04T15:08:11-07:00

Terminating “Just Cuz” Or For Just Cause? Recent Decisions Maintain A High Threshold For Just Cause Terminations

2021-03-17T16:36:58-07:00

Courts are increasingly reluctant to find that employers have just cause to terminate their employees: Underhill v Shell Canada Limited, 2020 ABQB 341; Mack v Universal Dental Laboratories Ltd, 2020 ABQB 738; Baker [...]

Terminating “Just Cuz” Or For Just Cause? Recent Decisions Maintain A High Threshold For Just Cause Terminations2021-03-17T16:36:58-07:00

Are There Limits To A Professional’s Freedom Of Expression In His Or Her Personal Life?

2021-09-20T13:30:10-07:00

Professionals have ethical obligations and must respect them in all spheres of their lives, even in their private lives. While they enjoy the protection of the same constitutional rights and [...]

Are There Limits To A Professional’s Freedom Of Expression In His Or Her Personal Life?2021-09-20T13:30:10-07:00

The Tort Of Internet Harassment: A New Tort With An Extraordinary Remedy

2021-02-10T15:59:16-08:00

In a landmark decision in Caplan v. Atas, 2021 ONSC 670 (the "Decision"), the Superior Court of Justice recognized the common law tort of internet harassment-proclaiming itself the first common law court outside [...]

The Tort Of Internet Harassment: A New Tort With An Extraordinary Remedy2021-02-10T15:59:16-08:00
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