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If I demote an employee but pay them the same, is that constructive dismissal? Firing an employee due to poor job performance is fine, right?
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The prolonged work-from-home experiment, and questions about where employees will want to work, post-pandemic, is leaving many businesses unsure of their future office needs – as well as what the f
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What is the difference? Independent legal representation (“ILR”) is defined in the Rules of Professional Conduct as where the lawyer “has no conflicting interest with res
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The COVID-19 pandemic, as well as the public’s attitudes towards mandatory policies in general, is continuously changing.
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As Ottawa’s residential real estate market continues to break records and businesses pose the question of whether they will return to the office, the city’s real estate sector is poised to experien
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Please note the following is provided as information only. We have tried to be current and accurate.
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In November 2021, Ontario’s Minister of Finance, Peter Bethlenfalvy introduced Bill 43, the Build Ontario Act (Budget Measures), 2021, which received Royal Assent on December 9, 2021.
Businesses that have shut their doors due to the ongoing protest in the city’s downtown core will likely face a costly, drawn-out battle if they turn to the civil courts for redress, experts say.
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What are some technology trends to watch as we head into the new year – and what’s driving them?
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There are inevitably situations as a real estate lawyer when a purchaser will want to back out of their agreement of purchase and sale.