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Employment Law In The AI Era: The Constructive Dismissal Problem
The July 2, 1978 issue of the New York Times was the final one the paper sent to print under the linotype process.
Canada
29 Jan 2019
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Significant Changes To Ontario Employment Legislation Proposed
The Fair Workplaces, Better Jobs Act, 2017 continues on its path to becoming law in Ontario. Bill 148 was introduced by the Ontario government on June 1 in response to the final report...
Canada
21 Sep 2017
3
Ontario Announces Major Changes To Defined Benefit Pension Plans
On May 19, the Ontario government announced that it intends to implement various changes to the funding rules for defined benefit pension plans and buy-out annuities. The government expects to introduce...
Canada
16 Jun 2017
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Ontario Ministry Of Labour Interim Report On The Changing Workplaces Review
The Government of Ontario initiated the Changing Workplaces Review in 2015 to determine what changes, if any, should be made to employment and labour laws...
Canada
26 Aug 2016
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"Court Sheds Light On Prioritizing Insolvency Claims" – National Creditor Debtor Review
An article by partners Scott Bomhof, Mitch Frazer, Tom Zverina and associate Lily Coodin, "Court Sheds Light on Prioritizing Insolvency Claims," has been republished by the National Creditor Debtor Review.
Canada
27 Jan 2016
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Changes To Statement Of Investment Policies And Procedures (SIP&P) For Ontario Registered Pension Plans: Are You Ready?
Administrators of Ontario registered pension plans are required to submit SIP&P filings electronically through the Financial Services Commission of Ontario (FSCO)'s Pension Services Portal.
Canada
27 Jan 2016
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Québec Approves Changes To Supplemental Pension Plans Act
On November 26, the Québec legislature adopted Bill 57, An Act to amend the Supplemental Pension Plans Act, mainly with respect to the funding of defined benefit pension plans (Bill 57).
Canada
26 Jan 2016
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Should They Stay Or Should They Go? Executives In M&A
Executive compensation arrangements in the context of M&A transactions are receiving more attention from investors, management teams and boards, and are increasingly subject to public scrutiny.
Canada
25 Jan 2016
9
Ontario Moves To Eliminate The "30% Rule" For Pension Fund Investments
In a surprise statement buried in its recently released 2015 Ontario Economic Outlook and Fiscal Review, the Ontario government has announced that it intends to eliminate the "30% rule" from Ontario pension legislation.
Canada
9 Dec 2015
10
Top Five Developments In Pensions And Benefits Law
With the election of a Liberal majority government in Ontario, it appears that retirement programs will be a key focus for the next several years.
Canada
17 Feb 2015
11
Ontario Government Moves Forward With Pension Agenda
PRPPs are large-scale defined contribution plans, and work much like registered retirement savings plans.
Canada
21 Jan 2015
12
Top Five Trends In Pensions And Benefits Law
This past year saw the introduction of some exciting developments in pensions and benefits law. If the past is any indication of the future, this next year will be just as active.
Canada
16 Feb 2014
13
Top Employment Law Developments In 2013
The decisions outlined below gave rise to what we believe were the most noteworthy employment law developments of 2013
Canada
11 Feb 2014
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Pension Issues In Mergers And Acquisitions
Mergers and acquisitions can entail a host of pension and benefits issues. To minimize the risks associated with acquiring or divesting pension liabilities, each party to a corporate transaction should be aware of its options as well as the consequences that flow from each option.
Canada
25 Jul 2011
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Ontario Court Of Appeal Decision May Create Uncertainty For Insolvent Companies With Pension Deficiencies
A ruling on April 7, 2011 by the Ontario Court of Appeal has resulted in deemed trust and unsecured breach of fiduciary duty claims in favour of pension beneficiaries being given priority ahead of court-ordered "super-priority" charges.
Canada
15 Apr 2011
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2011 Ontario Budget Shows Continued Government Commitment To Pension Reform
The Ontario government confirmed its commitment to ongoing pension reform in the 2011 Ontario budget announced on March 29, 2011.
Canada
4 Apr 2011
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Minimizing the Risks of Personal Liability in Pension Plan Governance by Meeting Fiduciary Duties
Pension governance is a field that continues to gain importance as members take more of an interest in the way their pensions are managed and as administrators become increasingly concerned about potential liability.
Canada
21 Feb 2011
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Employees: International Joint Ventures
These questions have been answered using Ontario employment legislation, federal tax legislation (which applies across the country), and both Canadian federal and provincial corporate law references.
Canada
10 Nov 2010
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Ontario Increases Controls on Public Sector Lobbying
The Ontario government recently announced proposed changes to the laws regarding public sector lobbying. These reforms would restrict the lobbying activity of publicly funded institutions and increase the government’s oversight of certain public sector organizations.
Canada
9 Nov 2010
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Ontario Announces "Round Two" of Pension Reforms
Building on pension reforms passed earlier this year, the Ontario government announced a second set of reform proposals on August 24, 2010.
Canada
26 Aug 2010
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