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Dependent or independent? Some contractors may also be entitled to reasonable notice or pay in lieu of notice

Canada - October 1 2014 In Khan v. All-Can Express Ltd., 2014 BCSC 1429, the British Columbia Supreme Court (the "Court") recently confirmed that a contractor providing…

Co-authors: Kaitlyn Meyer.

How to protect business property and information in commercial transactions

Canada - June 13 2014 A sustainable competitive advantage in today's crowded business environment requires a combination of several factors, including sound market…

Co-authors: Joanna Vatavu, Darryl R. Hiscocks, George Waggott, Paul Boshyk, Tyson Gratton.

A matter of effect over form: court approves novel approach to restrictive covenants

Canada - May 21 2014 In light of the traditionally intense scrutiny non-compete and non-solicit clauses face from the courts, employers have been increasingly turning to…

Co-authors: George Waggott, Éloïse Gratton.

The clash between government restraint and the charter rights of labour: where do we stand?

Canada - June 4 2012 Although Canada's economy continues its fragile recovery, governments across the country must nonetheless operate in an environment of fiscal restraint, all of which brings an increased focus to public sector and other nationally-prominent labour disputes.

Co-authors: George Waggott.

Leaves and jury duty

Canada - May 4 2012 It is important to know what leaves of absence you are entitled to under the Employment Standards Act R.S.B.C. 1996, c. 113 (the “ESA”) as well as the statutory obligations owed to you by your employer if you are called for jury duty.

Co-authors: Claire E. Morton (Ellett).

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