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Alberta Court of Appeal confirms ambiguous termination provisions should be interpreted in favour of employees

Canada - February 28 2018 A recent decision of the Alberta Court of Appeal provides a clear reminder to employers who wish to contractually limit termination notice or pay in...

Gordana Ivanovic, Paul Boshyk.

Supreme Court Issues Final Word on Code Protections Against Without Cause Dismissal

Canada - July 18 2016 After decades of debate, the highest court in Canada has answered the long-standing question as to whether non-unionized employees within federal...

Natalie Cuthill, Paul Boshyk.

How to Protect Business Property and Information in Commercial Transactions

Canada - July 4 2016 A sustainable competitive advantage in today's crowded business environment requires a combination of several factors, including sound market...

Paul Boshyk, George Waggott, Joanna Vatavu, Linda G. Yang.

Time to be Flexible: Federal Government Currently in Consultation on Flexible Work Arrangements

Canada - June 8 2016 Flexible work is a trending topic worldwide. France has recently introduced new legislation giving employees the right to disconnect from business...

Linda G. Yang.

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...

Kaitlyn Meyer.