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By John Alexander “Sandy” Jenkins
This is the first holiday season in the post-legalization of cannabis era. If, as an employer, you are planning a holiday gathering ...
By Amy J. Stewart, Laura A. Brocklehurst, Amy MacGregor, Steven Forbes
On Tuesday, November 20, a panel of Cox & Palmer insurance lawyers from across the region presented our Advance 2018 Insurance Law Webinar ...
By Darren O'Keefe, Megan Taylor
Callidus was a secured creditor of Cheese Factory Road Holdings Inc. Pursuant to a trust agreement, Cheese Factory held all funds received in trust ...
By F. Richard Gosse
As the Province of Newfoundland and Labrador remains a major driver of local construction and development the issue frequently arises as to whether the protections intended by the Mechanics' Lien Act ("MLA") can be extended to these provincial projects.
By Anna M. Cook
A few years ago, we canvassed the now outdated and antiquated financial assistance (or illicit loan) provisions that remain in the Newfoundland and Labrador Corporations Act (the "Act") ...
By Matt Saunders, Roy Argand, Margaret MacInnis, Patrick Fitzgerald
All businesses, big and small, need to be ready for Canada's new mandatory data breach notification rules under the Personal Information Protection and Electronic Documents Act ("PIPEDA").
By Richard Norman
The federal and provincial governments have established a complex regulatory scheme to govern the fishing industry in Atlantic Canada and elsewhere.
By Gavin D.F. MacDonald
In Atlantica Diversified Transportation Systems Inc. (Re), 2018 NSSC 77, the Supreme Court of Nova Scotia considered whether a true lessor is exempt from payment of expenses covered by an administration charge...
By Ashley Savinov, G. Todd Stanley, QC
A recent decision of the Newfoundland and Labrador Court of Appeal in Hibernia Platform Employers' Organization v. Communications, Energy and Paperworkers Union puts employers on notice to be cautious ...
By Mohammad Ali Raza
In continuation of the series of publications on the legislative and regulatory framework being developed for the tidal energy industry in Nova Scotia
By Anna M. Cook
Incorporating a company in Newfoundland and Labrador is a fairly easy and painless process: three simple online forms and a filing fee gets you an official certificate of incorporation ...
By Jamie Eddy, Michelle Willette, Geoffrey Breen, Karen Campbell
The legalization of cannabis has been set for October 17, 2018.
By Jessica R.W. Bungay, Michèle Brown-Gellert
Recent legislative changes in New Brunswick have introduced a new employment leave available for employees: Domestic Violence Leave, Intimate Partner Violence Leave or Sexual Violence Leave ("Violence Leave").
By Paul M. McDonald, Melissa M. Saunders, Douglas Wright
In Newfoundland and Labrador, fees commonly referred to as "probate fees" are payable to the Crown by the estate of a deceased person "in return for a grant of letters of probate or administration" ...
By Jessica R.W. Bungay
In recent years, there have been a number of decisions related to the obligations of employers in their management of employees on long term disability.
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