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Auditor Independence and Unpaid Fees

Canada - October 25 2016 Regulators are increasingly concerned about auditors who have unpaid professional fees and the potential impact of unpaid fees on auditor independence

Health, safety and environment: the key differences between environmental and occupational health and safety investigations

Canada - September 17 2010 Recent provincial and federal regulatory developments in the environmental and occupational health and safety ("OHS") fields have combined to create a new enforcement reality in Alberta; one that is particularly focused upon the oil sands industry, but by no means limited only to those operators

Unable to Pay Rent? Your Options as a Commercial Tenant

Canada - October 25 2016 In this challenging economic climate many commercial tenants are finding it increasingly difficult to continue to pay their monthly rent obligations

Can an employer be forced to give up copies of internal investigation reports?

Canada - May 17 2012 A decision a few months ago from Ontario relating to employer investigations has attracted some attention and reminds us of an important issue for employers

TMJ injuries and the soft tissue injury cap in Alberta

Canada - January 16 2012 Plaintiff and Defence counsel alike were eagerly awaiting Justice Shelley’s decision in Sparrowhawk v. Zapoltinsky 2012 ABQB 34

Asset Sales: Successor Liability Issues

Canada - November 16 2016 The Alberta Court of Queen’s Bench has recently confirmed that the American doctrine of corporate successor liability has no application in Alberta

Climate Leadership Regulation Released

Canada - November 4 2016 On November 3, 2016, the Alberta government publicly released the anticipated first regulation under the controversial Climate Leadership

Security for Judgment: A Useful and Often Overlooked Remedy

Canada - November 1 2016 McLennan Ross was recently successful in obtaining a Security for Judgment Order to protect the interests of a client involved in lengthy litigation

Unable to Pay Rent? Your Options as a Commercial Tenant

Canada - October 25 2016 In this challenging economic climate many commercial tenants are finding it increasingly difficult to continue to pay their monthly rent obligations

Auditor Independence and Unpaid Fees

Canada - October 25 2016 Regulators are increasingly concerned about auditors who have unpaid professional fees and the potential impact of unpaid fees on auditor independence