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The Health Law Group is pleased to welcome its newest partner — Daniel Girlando. Daniel is a graduate of McGill University and has a long history with our firm. He articled with BLG in 2010-2011
By Stephanie Young
On April 3, 2019, Bill 66 Restoring Ontario's Competitiveness Act, 2018 received Royal Assent. Bill 66 was originally introduced on December 6, 2018 and makes changes to a number of statutes,
By Lydia Wakulowsky, Christine Laviolette
Lawsuits involving the health and wellness industry happen, though they are not often the subject of reported decisions in Canada. It is crucial for regulated health professionals,
By Victoria Cistrone
On March 8, 2019, the Ontario Government released the Patient Declaration of Values for Ontario (the Declaration). The release of the Declaration aligns with the Ontario Government's
By Jesse Goldman, Matthew Kronby, Julia Webster, Erica Lindberg, Jacob Mantle
The Canadian International Trade Tribunal (the Tribunal) released its report on April 3, 2019 in its inquiry into whether Canada should maintain safeguards (tariffs or quotas)
By Graham Splawski
In JB & M Walker Ltd. v. TDL Group, Justice Morgan approved a litigation funding agreement between Galactic TH Litigation Funders LC ...
By Vinay Desai, Alexandra Nicol
Earlier this year, the Canadian Marketing Association (CMA) released its Guide to Transparency for Consumers (CMA Guide), intended to help organizations provide consumers
By Maria Gergin
In its December 2018 decision in Doug Hawkes v. Max Aicher (North America) Limited (Hawkes), the Ontario Labour Relations Board (OLRB) addressed
By Martin Abadi
Writing for the majority of the Newfoundland Court of Appeal, Justice Green has recently provided welcome elucidation of the ever-elusive "waiver of tort" doctrine within the context of class action proceedings.
By Rose Massicotte
Can a senior executive who has been dismissed based on allegations made in an anonymous letter, and who has signed a release and discharge agreement with his employer.
By Andrew Pozzobon
​Trials are too expensive for many litigants. Summary judgment is one way of resolving disputes without a trial. In Alberta, summary judgment is available at any time during the pre-trial process.
By Odessa O'Dell
At arbitration, the primary question was whether the employer had met its duty to accommodate the employee's disability without undue hardship.
By James Fu
In some business deals, key employees holding equity are required by the purchaser to execute broad releases relating to pre-closing claims.
By Kathryn Kirkpatrick, Natalie Salafia
Those municipalities that opted in or were deemed to opt in are now faced with navigating the complex retail cannabis regime.
By Bradley Freedman
In December 2018, the United States Financial Industry Regulatory Authority issued a Report on Selected Cybersecurity Practices — 2018 to help broker-dealer firms improve their cybersecurity programs.
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