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By Liam Ledgerwood
I have previously discussed the enforceability of termination clauses in former blog posts, available here and here. In short, a long history of inconsistent and amorphous
By Paula Lombardi
On August 28, 2019 the Minister of Environment, Conservation and Parks announced Ontario's appeal of the Court of Appeal's decision on the constitutionality of the federal Greenhouse Gas
By Jennifer Costin
Many employers have often had the experience of receiving a vague doctor's note from an employee that reads something along the lines of, "this individual is unable to work for X weeks".
By Anna Stoll
Car collisions are the leading cause of death of children in Canada*. The correct use of car seats and booster seats can prevent or lessen these tragic outcomes by ensuring the safety
By Chantal DeSereville
Earlier this summer, the British Columbia Court of Appeal dismissed an appeal by the Province of British Columbia concerning the Province's liability for oil pollution under the federal Marine
By Liam Ledgerwood
Consider the following scenario. A business gives advance written notice of termination to one of its employees. At the same time, the business delivers to the employee a letter offering a termination package...
By Emily Foreman, Julia Ferreira
On April 11, 2019, the Ontario Provincial Government released the "Putting Drivers First" blueprint, which proposes a series of reforms to the auto insurance system in Ontario.
By Nicholas Baker
Removing straitjackets, and widening the potential scope of parent company liability for a subsidiary's actions
By Julia Ferreira
On March 13, 2019, the Ministry of Finance proposed changes to the Statutory Accident Benefits Schedule ("SABS") under the Insurance Act
By Madeline McKinnon
On July 17, 2019, the Law Commission of Ontario ("LCO") released its final report, Class Actions: Objectives, Experience and Reforms.
By Jennifer Costin
The case of Joseph v. Tecumseh Community Development Corporation (2019 HRTO 635) is a good reminder that the process of accommodating human rights in the workplace is a cooperative one, requiring effort and...
By Mary Lou Brady
Are you one of the growing numbers of Canadian employers who are reluctant to provide employment references for former employees?
By Jennifer Costin
More often than not, the employer asserts frustration of the employment contract when an employee is absent on a lengthy medical leave and there is little prospect of a return to work in the foreseeable future.
By Paula Lombardi
The company's name will also be added to the Environmental Offenders Registry.
By Paula Lombardi
On November 26, 2018 ENvironnement JEUnesse ("ENJEU[1]") filed an application for authorization against the Government of Canada to bring a class action on behalf of all Quebec residents aged 35
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