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By Adam Ollenberger
The distinction between employees, independent contractors, and dependent contractors is a well-established part of Canadian employment law.
By Kelly Nicholson
The Alberta Court of Appeal has recently confirmed that the limitation period under the Alberta Limitations Act
By Mark Mielke
Craft cannabis is hitting the market as newly licensed craft producers are coming into operation. With the introduction of the new Regulations under the Cannabis Act
By Erin Berney
On July 1, 2019, the Government of Alberta announced that the revised Regulations and amendments to the Condominium Property Act that were scheduled to come into force that day have been placed on hold until January 1...
By Christin Elawny
If an employee is fired for just cause are they entitled to their performance bonus for the months worked in that year?
By Brian Vail, QC
The premium that a plaintiff pays for plaintiff adverse costs insurance may be a taxable disbursement in the litigation.
By Michael Doerksen
The Ontario Court of Appeal held that an auto insurer cannot void a policy for any material misrepresentation, including as to ownership.
By Caitlyn Field
Where a Section B insurer insists that the insured submit to a medical examination under the policy, the insured is obligated to attend the examination and submit to the protocols of that examiner...
By Caitlyn Field
The Contributory Negligence Act of Saskatchewan only provides for apportioning damages among co-tort-feasors in instances of negligence.
By Brian Vail, QC
After the Plaintiff was assaulted by her domestic partner while living with him in his parents' home and he published a pornographic video of her on the internet
By Stefan Pahulje
An insurer is not required to pay a third party contractor after having previously paid their insured
By Coleman Brinker (Student-At-Law)
The British Columbia Court of Appeal held that a plaintiff can establish liability in an occupiers' liability case by circumstantial evidence when he/she cannot remember how he/she slipped and fell.
By Predrag Tomic
The Supreme Court of Canada may soon be considering the intersection between estate and privacy law as well as the public policy behind the "open court" principle.
By Anthony Burden
The tender process has long been a staple of the construction industry. Variations of that process, via requests for proposals ("RFPs"), requests for quotations ("RFQs") or other similar processes have also been developed, with varying levels of adherence to the traditional tender model.
By Mark Mielke, Logan Maddin
New revisions to the Municipal Government Act (the "MGA") aim to grant municipalities the ability to offer tax incentives to encourage business investment.
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