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By Alex Lemoine
Outside of a few defined industries, most organizations are not obligated to obtain police record checks when screening employment candidates. However,
By Alain Saint-Onge, Maja Zdravkovic
Federally regulated employers should be aware of certain changes proposed by Bill C-86 that will become effective on September 1, 2019.
By Anne Ristic
Dans le premier d'une série de deux billets, nous examinons les différentes options de tarification des services juridiques qui ont vu le jour au cours de la dernière décennie pour les clients
By Anne Ristic
In the first of a two-part series, we survey the expanded options for pricing legal services that have emerged over the last decade for clients in the market generally,
By Jessica Rutledge
In response to a report on Ontario's alcohol sector, Canada's Commissioner of Competition expressed his support for recommendations to reduce certain restrictions to private competition
By Jessica Rutledge
En réponse à un rapport sur le secteur de l'alcool de l'Ontario, le commissaire de la concurrence du Canada a exprimé son appui aux
By Hélène Bussières, Stephanie Weschler, Patrick Essiminy
Three members of our Employment & Labour Group recently authored Employment & Labor in Canada - Quebec, published by Lexology.
By Victoria Hale, Michael Laskey
Le 7 août 2019, le Bureau de la concurrence du Canada a publié les résultats de son étude de marché d'un an sur la concurrence dans l'industrie des services Internet à large bande.
By Victoria Hale, Michael Laskey
On August 7th, 2019, Canada's Competition Bureau published the results of its year-long market study on competition in the broadband internet industry.
By Hélène Bussières, Stephanie Weschler, Patrick Essiminy
Trois membres de notre groupe Emploi et travail ont rédigé dernièrement l'article intitulé Employment & Labor in Canada - Quebec
By Prateek Gupta
When it comes to cyberattacks, even the mighty fall. From rogue employees to inadvertent leaks, the number of breaches in Canada continues to climb. Cyber-risk management
By Laura Levine
Beginning in the new year, public companies incorporated under the CBCA will be required to include expanded diversity information about their boards and senior management teams in their annual proxy circulars...
By Laura Levine
Dès le début de la prochaine année, les sociétés publiques (y compris les émetteurs émergents aux termes de la Loi canadienne sur les sociétés par actions (la « LCSA »))...
By Prateek Gupta
En ce qui concerne les cyberattaques, même les puissants tombent de haut. Des employés malveillants aux fuites accidentelles, le nombre d'intrusions continue de grimper au Canada
By Sheena L. Owens
La Cour d'appel de l'Alberta précise que le délai de prescription d'une poursuite civile pour atteinte à la vie privée ne commence à courir qu'à l'expiration du délai d'appel de l'ordonnance de l'OIPC
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