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Bennett Jones LLP | Canada | 8 May 2020

Pension Regulatory Guidance and Measures Related to COVID-19 Pandemic (Updated)

In response to the recent market declines and interruptions to businesses amid the COVID-19 pandemic, federal and provincial pension regulators have…

Bennett Jones LLP | Canada | 27 Mar 2020

An Overview of Mandatory Closures and Restrictions on Businesses Across Canada in Response to the COVID-19 Pandemic

Written by Julia Schatz and Venetia Whiting Is your business essential or a priority (or permitted to operate) under various emergency public orders…

Fasken | Canada | 25 Mar 2020

COVID-19 and workplace government updates: cross-Canada review

Governments across Canada have recently made multiple announcements regarding the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic. To help make things easier for…

Harper Grey LLP | Canada | 10 Mar 2020

Case Summary: Jumping into back of pick-up sufficient to occupy it

Insured attempting to jump into rear of pick-up truck is an occupant of that vehicle…

Borden Ladner Gervais LLP | Canada | 17 May 2019

No Reasonable Expectation of Privacy in Case of Online Child Luring

An undercover police officer of the Royal Newfoundland Constabulary posed online as a 14-year-old girl to catch Internet child lurers and then waited…

Harper Grey LLP | Canada | 14 May 2019

Auto insurer’s desires dampened when court finds it liable for initial collision damage as well as ensuing water damage

Insurer liable for damage to roof of insured’s trailer, as well as water damage to trailer that followed despite the water damage not arising…

Harper Grey LLP | Canada | 14 May 2019

Builder’s risk policy does not apply to pre-existing property damaged by construction activity

The insurer appealed from a ruling on a question of law finding that a builder’s risk policy covered damage to pre-existing property at a…

Torkin Manes LLP | Canada | 2 May 2019

Medical Cannabis and Safety Sensitive Work

Provincial and Federal Human Rights legislation requires that an employer accommodate an employee’s medical condition to the point of “undue…

Littler Mendelson PC | Canada | 10 Apr 2019

Newfoundland and Labrador, Canada: Court Affirms that Inability to Measure Impairment Caused by Medical Cannabis Can Constitute an Undue Hardship

The Supreme Court of Newfoundland and Labrador rendered a welcome decision in February for employers across Canada that have been struggling to…

Borden Ladner Gervais LLP | Canada | 2 Apr 2019

An Oxymoron Becomes a Misnomer - The Waiver of Tort Debate Rages on in Newfoundland

Writing for the majority of the Newfoundland Court of Appeal, Justice Green has recently provided welcome elucidation of the ever-elusive "waiver of…
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