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The benefits and risks of outsourcing

Canada - April 6 2010 Outsourcing refers to the transfer of a business activity or function from a clientcustomer to a local or foreign third-party service provider

Charging management fees or administration fees to tenants under a net or carefree lease

Canada - November 13 2012 In most commercial leases the gross rent payable by a tenant to a landlord has a number of components including the basic rent, a share of realty taxes and a share of operating costs (sometimes called common area maintenance (or CAM) costs

Enforceability of non-competition and non-solicitation covenants in British Columbia

Canada - August 8 2011 The enforceability of non-competition and non-solicitation covenants in employment agreements often arises as an issue for employers following the departure of an employee who engages in a competitive business enterprise

Strong Roots in Stormy Weather: Federal Government Affirms Commitment to Legalize Cannabis by July 2018 in Light of Premier Uncertainty

Canada - August 17 2017 On July 19, 2017, the majority of Canada’s Premiers met to discuss, among other things, their concerns with the legalization and regulation of

So you want to redevelop your property? Don't forget about those (pesky) tenants

Canada - July 23 2013 Old office buildings, tired shopping centres, run-down industrial parks all are potential redevelopment opportunities. What was new and exciting

Cybercrime Insurance Coverage Caselaw: Welcome to Canada?

Canada - August 21 2017 Although several high profile cybercrime insurance cases have recently made headlines in the US, Canadian companies have been left wondering whether

Strong Roots in Stormy Weather: Federal Government Affirms Commitment to Legalize Cannabis by July 2018 in Light of Premier Uncertainty

Canada - August 17 2017 On July 19, 2017, the majority of Canada’s Premiers met to discuss, among other things, their concerns with the legalization and regulation of

MFDA Announces New Proficiency Standards for Selling ETFs

Canada - August 9 2017 On July 20, 2017, the Mutual Fund Dealers Association (the “MFDA”) announced the regulatory approval and coming into effect of its new Policy No. 8 -

In Case You Missed It: Significant Changes to Alberta's Workplace Laws Are Coming

Canada - August 8 2017 In June 2017, the Alberta Government passed the Fair and Family-Friendly Workplaces Act (Bill 17), setting the stage for significant amendments to the

Province Wraps Up Public Hearings on Proposed New Labour and Employment Legislation

Canada - August 1 2017 Bill 148, also known as the Fair Jobs, Better Workplaces Act, is quickly working its way through the Ontario legislature and, if passed into law, will