employment law

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At Samfiru Tumarkin LLP we receive countless questions every day regarding the rules and regulations governing various businesses across Ontario, and the rights of both employers and employees when
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With client confidentiality a core tenet at law firms, the term “outsourcing” can understandably leave some in the legal profession uneasy.
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It’s the nature of our legislative process that sometimes a bill will “die on the Order Paper” – meaning it’s introduced, read and debated, but does not receive Royal Assent before Parliament disso
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If you are not getting paid on a construction project, there are a number of things you should do. They are:
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As the date when cannabis becomes legal draws closer, many questions remain unanswered.
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When you ask a former employer or colleague for a reference, it’s usually safe to assume that they will give a positive one.
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The best time to see a lawyer is when you don’t think you need one
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Sgt. Peter Merrifield is an RCMP officer with an interest in politics.
An Ottawa resident is suing BlackBerry for more than $20 million, alleging he lost his severance entitlements after being transferred to the high-tech firm’s business partner, automaker Ford.