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An update on family status discrimination

Canada - November 15 2012 Attempting to balance life's many responsibilities can be difficult for anyone, and the stress involved in being a parent, child, spouse, and employee can be exhausting....


Overtime class actions given the green light

Canada - July 10 2012 On June 26, 2012, the Ontario Court of Appeal released three key rulings on overtime class actions....

Samia Hussein, George Waggott.


Case update - drug and alcohol testing

Canada - May 4 2012 Mandatory random drug and alcohol testing has been at the centre of a litigious tug-of-war at arbitration boards and courts across Canada....


There's one month left to prepare for the AODA in Ontario is your company ready?

Canada - December 1 2011 The Ontario Government enacted the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act, 2005 to develop standards to improve accessibility for Ontarians with disabilities in the areas of customer service, employment, information and communication, transportation and the built environment....

Darryl R. Hiscocks.


Costs or no costs? Reasonable or correct?

Canada - November 22 2011 While federally regulated employers may not have been waiting with bated breath for the long-coming outcome of Canada (Canadian Human Rights Commission) and Mowat v Canada (AG) ("Mowat"), it will permit them to breathe a little easier....

Adam D.H. Chisholm.