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By Mikaël Maher
The following principle is well established and acknowledged in labour relations: in the absence of a specific provision in a collective agreement imposing an obligation on the employer ...
By Karl Delwaide, Antoine Guilmain
At the end of September, the Office of the Privacy Commissioner of Canada (hereinafter, the "Office") filed its annual report with Parliament (PDF)...
By Magali Cournoyer-Proulx, Marie-Josée Neveu
If you think that your organization is immune to accusations of sexual misconduct...think again. It doesn't only happen to other organizations.
By Simon Hitchens, Mark Vanderveken
A German court has ruled that Ferrari, famous maker of Italian sports cars, must give up its TESTAROSSA trademark in that country.
By Johan Coetzee
The South African Competition Commission has since the beginning of 2017 prohibited eleven intermediate mergers and has recommended that four large mergers be prohibited.
By Danielle Bryant, Zach Romano
On November 2, 2017, the Supreme Court of Canada dismissed the Ktunaxa Nation's appeal in Ktunaxa Nation v Minister of Forests, Lands, Natural Resource Operations, 2017 SCC 54.
By Ludwig Frahm-Arp
"Finally, I need to add that the appellant's decision, to proceed in terms of the instead of proceeding in terms of the LRA is totally mystifying, but might well have been informed by poor legal advice.
By Anastasia Reklitis
On October 27, 2017, Cardinal Ventilation Inc. was fined $375,000.00 after pleading guilty to one count of bid rigging related to three condominium development projects in Montreal.
By Antoine Guilmain
'' Since January 1, 2016, when the Code of Civil Procedure came into force, information and communication technologies are now part of the common language in procedural matters.
By Geoff Pedlow
On September 21, 2017, following the results of a stakeholder survey conducted over the course of the year to date, the British Columbia Securities Commission (BCSC) announced changes to...
By Fasken Martineau
Nearly five years after the deadly stage collapse at the Radiohead concert at Downsview Park in Toronto, Ontario...
By Guy Giorno
Le Bureau du commissionnaire à l'intégrité de l'Ontario, l'organisme chargé d'encadrer les lobbyistes dans la province, augmente la portée et l'ampleur de ses mesures de contrôle d'application de la loi.
By Peter Mantas, Amanda Robinson
More than two years ago, in the context of its procurement modernization initiative designed to ensure that it was doing business with ethical suppliers, the Government of Canada introduced a government-wide...
By Neil Wiener
On October 19, 2017, the Toronto Stock Exchange (TSX) announced that it had adopted two sets of amendments to the TSX Company Manual after a lengthy consultative process...
By Stéphane Fillion, Valérie McDuff (Articling Student)
Election day is rapidly approaching. Municipal elections will be held across Quebec on Sunday, November 5 and polling stations will be open from 10:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m.
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