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By The Lay of the Land, Iris Li (Summer Student)
For developers considering or participating in residential or non-residential development projects within the City of Toronto, a new by-law proposed by the TCDSB could significantly impact the financing...
By Conseiller De L'employeur, Laura DeVries
In the recent decision, West Fraser Mills Ltd. v. British Columbia (Workers' Compensation Appeal Tribunal), 2018 SCC 22, the Supreme Court of Canada upheld a workers' compensation claim...
By Conseiller De L'employeur, Monique Ronning
The British Columbia Supreme Court's decision in Klonteig v. West Kelowna (District), 2018 BCSC 124, offers guidance to employers about terminating an employment relationship for conduct occurring outside working hours.
By Conseiller De L'employeur, Ben Ratelband, Jessica Wuergler
Le 20 juin 2018, le Premier ministre Justin Trudeau annonçait que l'usage récréatif du cannabis au Canada sera légal à compter du 17 octobre 2018.
By Conseiller De L'employeur, Kyle Graham, Benjamin Aberant
La décision rendue mercredi dernier dans l'affaire de frais de représentation syndicale Janus changera certes l'état des relations de travail aux États-Unis.
By Conseiller De L'employeur, Donovan Plomp
In the recent wrongful dismissal case, Benjamin v. Cascades Canada ULC, 2017 ONSC 2583, the Ontario Superior Court of Justice found that an employee failed to mitigate his damages by deciding to retrain rather than...
By Conseiller De L'employeur, Caroline-Ariane Bernier
Le 6 avril 2018, nous avons publié un billet de blogue résumant les modifications principales proposées à la Loi sur les normes du travail (« LNT ») du Québec par le Projet de loi no 176
By The Lay of the Land, Nicole Naglie (Summer Student)
A summary trial for what is likely to be a landmark case for Canada in residential real estate is currently underway in British Columbia ("BC").
By CyberLex Blog, Ana Badour, Nicole Chiarelli
On March 22, 2018, the United Kingdom ( "UK") and Australia established the UK-Australia Fintech Bridge, to:
By CyberLex Blog, Carole Piovesan, Adam Goldenberg, Shane Lamond
The law and ethics of artificial intelligence is increasingly getting the attention at the highest levels. Governments and industry recognize the immediate ...
By CyberLex Blog, Ana Badour, Ian Mak
Earlier this year McCarthy Tétrault announced its membership with the Enterprise Ethereum Alliance (EEA), the world's largest open source blockchain initiative ...
By CyberLex Blog, Keith Rose
Privacy Impact Assessments (PIA) have long been part of Canadian public sector privacy law. However they have not been required under Canada's private sector privacy statutes ...
By CyberLex Blog, Arie van Wijngaarden, Nancy J Carroll
On May 29, 2018, the Council of the European Union released a proposal for the future of cybersecurity regulation in Europe (the "EU Cybersecurity Act").
By CyberLex Blog, Carole Piovesan, Ana Badour, Shane Lamond, Paulina Bogdanova
The ethics of transformative technologies is becoming an important focus. Canadian researchers, developers and early-adopters ...
By CyberLex Blog, Shanon Grauer
The Alberta Health Information Act (the "Act") has been amended by adding section 60.1 to the Act (duty to notify) ...
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