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Tips and suggestions for the initial hours and days immediately following a serious occupational health and safety incident

Canada - June 13 2012 Emergency response to aid any injured workers or remove killed workers bodies and to address any other related site emergency such as fire, spill, dangerous conditions, etc....

Kelli Grier.

Developing builders’ lien law: Acera Developments Inc. v. Sterling Homes Ltd., 2010 ABCA 198

Canada - December 9 2010 In the Acera Developments case, the Alberta Court of Appeal was asked to consider the validity of a builders' lien filed by a homebuilder on lands owned by a developer....

Don’t gamble: know when and how to implement a proper litigation hold

USA, Canada - November 8 2010 Earlier this year, Judge Shira Scheindlin of the New York Southern District Court (and author of the now famous Zubulake decisions) issued another landmark decision affecting the practice of document retention and ediscovery in the United States....

Jerry J. Patterson, Mitch R. Eliasson.

"Best efforts" - "reasonable efforts" - "commercially reasonable efforts" - what do these terms mean?

Canada - June 7 2010 Agreements often refer to obligations being performed to a certain standard....

Christopher P. Knight.

Facility naming rights: what happens when hype is greater than reality

Canada - February 19 2010 The Montreal Forum, an arena entrenched in hockey folklore, was recently the subject matter of a far different precedent....

Jordan Milne.