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Harper Grey LLP | Canada | 11 Jun 2019

Insurer ordered to produce its policies, procedures, guidelines and internal documents concerning how an accident benefits claim was handled in a bad faith action

The insured was injured in a motor vehicle accident. The insurer accepted the claim for accident benefits, but denied reimbursement for a medical


Fasken | Canada | 23 May 2019

Flexible Job Descriptions - How Much Can An Employee’s Job Duties Be Stretched?

A recent decision from the Supreme Court of Nova Scotia (Whalley v Cape Breton Regional Municipality, 2018 NSSC 325) confirms that employers have the


Fasken | Canada | 7 May 2019

Nova Scotia Employer Acquitted In Westray Bill Prosecution

In the case of a tragic workplace fatality, a Nova Scotia employer was acquitted of Occupational Health and Safety ("OHS") Criminal Negligence in the


Singleton Urquhart Reynolds Vogel LLP | Canada | 8 Apr 2019

Nova Scotia to Modernize its Construction Legislation and Introduce Prompt Payment and Adjudication

Nova Scotia has introduced legislation to ensure that Nova Scotia's contractors, subcontractors and suppliers are paid on time. Specifically, Bill


Blake Cassels & Graydon LLP | Canada | 5 Apr 2019

Saskatchewan, Nova Scotia Look to Reform Their Lobbying Regimes

The provinces of Saskatchewan and Nova Scotia recently introduced changes to their respective lobbying legislation


Aird & Berlis LLP | Aird & McBurney LP | Canada | 4 Apr 2019

Nova Scotia Revokes Licence for Cape Sharp Tidal and Orders Removal of Turbine

On April 3, 2019, the Nova Scotia Department of Energy and Mines announced that it has revoked the marine renewable-electricity licence issued to


Harper Grey LLP | Canada | 19 Mar 2019

An application for information from exempted records - not for the records - is not a valid application for access to information

The Appellant Raymond sought to obtain answers to questions she had about discussions at in camera meetings of the Halifax Regional Municipality


AUM Law | Canada | 28 Feb 2019

CSA Plans to Harmonize and Refine Start-up Crowdfunding Exemption

On February 21, the Canadian Securities Administrators (CSA) issued Staff Notice 45-324, indicating that they are developing a National Instrument


Ius Laboris | Canada | 8 Jan 2019

Canada -The OHS Year in Review 2018 Part 3: Administrative Monetary Penalties

AMPs are used by governments as a means of enforcement and to encourage compliance with regulatory requirements


Harper Grey LLP | Canada | 16 Nov 2018

Accommodation in the Workplace: Judicial Review of the decision of the Human Rights Commission denying that an employee was constructively dismissed due to a failure to accommodate her disability by her employer

Does the Human Rights Commission have to provide reasons when dismissing a complaint? When is it appropriate on judicial review for the court to

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