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Even though grievor should have consulted with supervisor, his inexperience considered mitigating factor and employee's dismissal not upheld
This edition of the Emerging Issues Bulletin discusses the issue of cannabis legalization and the opioid crisis
Executor of deceased’s estate sought determination as to whether pour-over clause in his will for Canadian assets was invalid, and, if so, whether it was cured by s. 58 of Wills, Estates and Succession Act
Johnson v. Schubert (2018), 2018 BCSC 74, 2018 CarswellBC 77 (B.C. S.C.)
“Equivalent employment” is defined in s. 2 as an “employment of a similar nature to the employment held by the worker when he suffered the employment injury...
This excerpt from the newly updated Fires (Ontario) title examines Ontario law with regards to fires, with a particular focus on accidental fires and civil liability.
As of April 20th, Keycite Canada on WestlawNext Canada will include relationships to cases that are not part of the direct appellate history.
Off-duty employee driving fire chief's unmarked vehicle was wrongful dismissal despite no loss of confidence from public or coworkers after failing a roadside breathalyzer test twice
DBDC Spadina Ltd. v. Walton (2018), 2018 CarswellOnt 1571, 2018 ONCA 60 (Ont. C.A.)
Director of Child and Family Services apprehended child due to inability of mother to care for child
Proposed enhancements to PIPEDA to maintain adequacy status under the GDPR means you can’t afford to be complacent on tracking GDPR regulatory developments. Read more.