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By Mohammad Ali Raza
The potential in Atlantic Canada for economically sustainable aquaculture has been well documented, but getting the industry to flourish remains a challenge
By Ashley Savinov
The Supreme Court of Newfoundland and Labrador recently released a decision regarding an employee's post-employment obligations in relation to confidentiality and non-competition with
By Laura Boyd
The recent New Brunswick Court of Appeal decision, J. Clark & Son, Limited v. New Brunswick, 2019 NBCA 31 provides guidance on to whom the minimum wage applies.
By Robin Aitken
"Everything to each other, and if we both go, to the kids". Sound familiar? Estate planning is actually far more complicated than this.
By Cox & Palmer
Cox & Palmer is a proud member of the Risk Management Counsel of Canada (RMC), a national association of independent law firms offering a comprehensive range of legal services to the insurance industry, risk retention groups and self-insureds.
By Suzanne Rix
The Atlantic Immigration Pilot Program ("AIPP") is an excellent option for employers wishing to hire immigrants, and for immigrants wishing to immigrate to Atlantic Canada
By Anna M. Cook
Legally, corporations are considered separate legal persons: they can sue and be sued; they pay taxes; they can enter into contracts; they can do things (or fail to do things) – just the same as an individual person can.
By Michel P. Samson
As noted in The Chronicle Herald last Saturday ("Cape Breton lobsterman gets court's OK for replacement to trap under his licence," June 15), Lester Martell has won at least
By Caroline McAvity
"Distress", when used in this context, means the seizure of someone's property to secure the performance of a duty. A landlord's right of distress is a useful self-help remedy
By John Alexander “Sandy” Jenkins
The legalization of cannabis has heightened concern and awareness around impairment in the workplace. Legalization
By Jessica R.W. Bungay
The termination of a long-term employee without cause can result in a significant liability for an employer. Employers can reduce their liability by having a signed employment contract
By Adam M. King
New Brunswick's Small Business Investor Tax Credit Act (the "Act") was created to help New Brunswick businesses attract investors and encourage New Brunswick residents to invest in local businesses.
By Amy MacGregor
MacDonald v MacVicar, 2018 NSSC 272 provides judicial guidance on s. 113BA(1) of the Insurance Act, RSNS 1989, c 231, holding that future loss of income damages for plaintiffs injured in motor vehicle accidents...
By Luke Hayden
Corporations incorporated under the Canada Business Corporations Act (the "CBCA") are about to face a significant increase in the share ownership information that they are required to collect.
By Jorge P. Segovia
This article will examine how courts have responded to claims for cannabis, as an element of future care costs, in personal injury cases
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