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To Disclose, Or Not To Disclose…
Can an employer use "litigation privilege" to prevent the disclosure of an internal report written by a human resources agent that recommends the dismissal of an employee?
Canada
30 Aug 2019
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Class Action Against Yahoo!: A Data Breach Is Not Always Evidence Of Compensable Loss
On June 10, 2019, in a decision rendered by Justice Chantale Tremblay, the Superior Court of Québec refused to authorize Plaintiff Brigitte Bourbonnière's application for authorization to institute a class action.
Canada
16 Aug 2019
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Product Liability For Latent Defects And Proof Of Loss Of Profit In The Absence Of Audited Financial Statements
In August 2008, American Brands issued a purchase order to Capmatic for the Equipment.
Canada
31 Jul 2019
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B.C. Civil Resolution Tribunal Assumes Responsibility For Deciding "Society Claims"
Importantly, a long list of claim categories is excluded from the CRT's jurisdiction.
Canada
25 Jul 2019
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Canada
8 Jul 2019
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When Are Mandatory Arbitration Clauses Unenforceable?
There is a proposed class action lawsuit against Uber in Ontario.
Canada
26 Mar 2019
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Class Action Against Nissan: Discontinuance Granted, Application For Authorization Refused (In Obiter)!
On February 26, 2019, in the case of Lévesque c. Nissan, the Honourable Justice Donald Bisson of the Québec Superior Court granted an application by Francis Lévesque to discontinue his Application for Authorization to Institute a Class Action.
Canada
26 Mar 2019
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Leave To Appeal From A Judgment Authorizing A Class Action Granted – A Rare Occurrence!
On March 5, 2019, the Court of Appeal granted a request by the defendant pharmacies for leave to appeal from the decision by the Superior Court in the matter of Pharmacie Tania Kanou (Jean Coutu) v. Côté ...
Canada
26 Mar 2019
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ASC Advertiser Dispute Resolution Procedure Revamped
Ad Standards announces new process for handling competitor advertising complaints. Effective Monday, February 11, 2019, Ad Standards will implement a new process for handling complaints between competitor advertisers.
Canada
5 Mar 2019
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"Sex, Lies And Videotape" --Good Evidence?
An employer installs video surveillance in his office with the intent to catch any employees rifling through his private file cabinet. What is caught on tape is two employees doing something entirely different.
Canada
14 Jan 2019
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Sexual Orientation Does Not Excuse Inappropriate Conduct
On that basis, the Tribunal ordered the complainant to pay costs to the District.
Canada
15 Oct 2018
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Canadian DPA? Cross-Country Consultations Begin
More than two years ago, in the context of its procurement modernization initiative designed to ensure that it was doing business with ethical suppliers, the Government of Canada introduced a government-wide...
Canada
7 Nov 2017
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Panama Papers: CRA Getting Tougher On Tax Evasion
We are beginning to see the legal enforcement fallout from the now infamous Panama Papers. CRA concerted efforts to find undeclared offshore money and assets is moving into full gear.
Canada
17 Aug 2017
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Time Stands Still For Arbitration Awards
After much conflicting decisions, the relationship between the Prescription Act, 1969 and the Labour Relations Act, 1995...
South Africa
16 Aug 2017
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Characterization Of A Contract Relating To A Resort Hotel Project Involving A Rental Pool: Lease Or Contract For Services?
In the recent decision in Station Mont-Tremblant v. Banville-Joncas,[1] the Court of Appeal was asked to characterize a contract between the developer of a resort hotel project and the owners...
Canada
1 Aug 2017
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Commentary On Station Mont-Tremblant C. Banville-Joncas - Qualifying A Contract In A Resort Hotel Project Involving A Rental Pool: Lease Or Contract For Services?
The commentary summarizes the Court of Appeal's decision on the nature of a lease between the resort hotel project promoter and the condominium unit owners.
Canada
26 Jul 2017
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No Exception Regarding The Prescription Rule Applicable To Lawyers Claims For Professional Fees
On June 9, 2017, the Supreme Court of Canada addressed the issue of the start date of the prescription period of lawyers' claims for professional fees in the matter of Pellerin Savitz LLP v....
Canada
3 Jul 2017
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Pas d'exception à la règle pour la prescription applicable en matière de réclamation des comptes d'honoraires d'avocats
Le 9 juin 2017, la Cour suprême du Canada s'est penchée sur le point de départ de la prescription en matière de réclamation d'honoraires professionnels d'avocats dans l'arrêt Pellerin Savitz...
Canada
28 Jun 2017
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Phoning It In: Termination Appropriate For Employee Who Called in "Sick" | The HR Space
Determining the legitimacy of an employee’s illness is a tricky situation for employers across the country.
Canada
23 Oct 2013
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