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Alberta Court of Appeal Considers Legal Privilege in OHS Investigations

Canada - August 3 2017 A recent Alberta Court of Appeal decision could have important consequences for the way legal privilege operates and when it can be claimed in the…

Christina Kerby, Carolyn Wilson

Tax Court of Canada Sides with Resigning Director in Contentious Directors’ Liability Case on the Basis of Indirect and Verbal Evidence

Canada - August 24 2022 Corporate directors who resign from their positions without providing adequate written evidence of that resignation to the corporation and its…

Nicholas Horlick, Kurt Wintermute

Defending Your Reputation Online: Tools for Dealing with Attacks

Canada - January 27 2016 Sometimes, seemingly minor grievances can result in the most bizarre over-reactions. Very often, those bizarre over-reactions are amplified through…

Jade Buchanan

Saskatchewan Proposes Retroactive PST Changes to Target Online Vendors Like Amazon and Airbnb

Canada - July 24 2020 The Government of Saskatchewan has changed PST rules to attempt to collect sales tax from large online services like Amazon and Airbnb that connect…

Nicholas Horlick

Refusing Recall to Work Due to COVID-19 Concerns

Canada - May 8 2020 As workplaces begin to re-open under the government of Saskatchewan’s Five Phase Re-Open Saskatchewan Plan, one common inquiry is whether an employee…

Leah Schatz