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By Stéphanie Tétreault
Recently, a number of significant and complex proposed changes to Canada's tax legislation were announced, which could result in many privately held corporations becoming redundant.
By Colton Hnatiuk
An employee's legal ability to use cannabis for medical purposes was confirmed by the Supreme Court of Canada in 2015 in the decision R v. Smith.
By Colton Hnatiuk
Any violation of the employer's workplace policies in this regard could result in discipline, up to and including termination.
By Andrew Sain
Builder's risk (also known as course of construction) insurance policies almost always contain some form of exclusion relating to the cost of repairing or replacing faulty or improper material...
By Megan Smith
Restrictive covenants in employment agreements, commonly known as non-competition or non-solicitation clauses, are notoriously difficult to enforce.
By John Stefaniuk
Disputes are often resolved through arbitration. Arbitrators often interpret and apply the law in arriving at a decision.
By Scott J. Hoeppner, Robert W. Olson
Words such as harassment, bullying, and sexual harassment are fast becoming a staple of workplace vernacular and, with headlines like those above, it's really no surprise.
By John Stefaniuk, Melanie LaBossiere (Summer student)
Disputes are often resolved through arbitration. Arbitrators often interpret and apply the law in arriving at a decision.
By Scott J. Hoeppner
In the world of human resources, issues surrounding employee misconduct and discipline are becoming increasingly complex and difficult to navigate
By Leilani Kagan, Melissa Malden, Stephen Porco
On July 18, 2017, Finance Minister Bill Morneau released a consultation paper and a draft legislative proposal to amend the Income Tax Act (Canada).
By Jennifer McRae
The GTS has two categories, Category A and Category B.
By Silvia de Sousa
The Government of Canada has been overhauling Canada's trademark laws in an effort to modernize its intellectual property (IP) framework.
By John Stefaniuk
"'Greenpeace' is a global fraud." So begin the allegations in the colourful preliminary statement of the Complaint filed in 2016 in the U.S. District Court in Georgia on behalf of Resolute Forest...
By John Stefaniuk
By way of a five-four split decision, the Supreme Court of Canada judgment issued November 4, 2016 in City of Edmonton v. Edmonton East (Capilano) Shopping Centres Ltd., made those appeals that much tougher.
By Andrew Sain
Students throughout Canada commonly sue post-secondary educational institutions with respect to academic matters.