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By Daniel C. Lee
Hiring foreign nationals without legal authorization to work in Canada may result in non-compliance with immigration laws.
By Nicolas Pimentel
In Eldeeb v. Delta Air Lines, Inc., 2018 WL 6435739, the District Court of Minnesota recently granted a motion to dismiss (on the basis of forum non conveniens)
By Karen Zimmer
At times, one is called upon to provide an employment reference for a former employee who was hardly impressive. It can be difficult to pinpoint the basis for believing that the employee
By Emma Ferguson, Aubrie Girou
April 7 to 13, 2019 is "Make a Will Week" in British Columbia, which encourages the public to make a will or bring an existing will up-to-date
By Patrick Bruce, Jeremy Rusinek
Previously, the CRT had been tasked with handling strata property matters and low-value small claims.
By Patrick Bruce, Jeremy Rusinek
In 2018 the British Columbia government announced major changes to the Insurance (Vehicle) Act ("IVA"), with the intention of addressing a significant increase in the cost of claims over recent years.
By Michael Dery
In a previous post, we discussed regulations proposed by Transport Canada in May 2016, setting out changes to provisions in the Canadian Aviation Regulations ("CARs") that govern commercial
By Daniel C. Lee
We have been noticing a growing number of foreign nationals who do not disclose their foreign pardons to Canadian employers.
By David McKnight, Chris Chu
With the enactment of the Cannabis Act and its regulations, Canadians are now able to grow cannabis on personal property, for medical, recreational or commercial reasons.
By David McKnight, Chris Chu
As Canadian and U.S. legislation paves the way for more cannabis production and use over time, an increasing number of cannabis companies will be looking to grow and distribute their products.
By Menka Sull
An issue that consistently arises in tendering disputes involves an owner's right to forgive or waive a defect in a submitted bid.
By Patrick Bruce
There was a very significant amendment to the British Columbia Supreme Court Civil Rules in relation to expert reports in motor vehicle claims (and as of February 1, 2020, all personal injury actions).
By Daniel C. Lee
The Post Graduate Work Permit Program ("PGWP Program") allows international students who have graduated from a Canadian designated learning institution to temporarily work in Canada for up to three years.
By Darryl Pankratz
The Supreme Court of Nova Scotia recently reaffirmed a lower court decision, Paine v. Air Canada, 2018 NSSC 215,
By Ephraim Fung
With experts forecasting a cooling real estate market for the beginning of 2019, some executors may be tempted to hang on to real property that falls within an estate and wait until more favourable market conditions ...
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