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By Richard Stobbe
It seems a long way from Alberta's basement breweries to the halls of the Court of Appeal.
By Matthew Turzansky
The recent arbitration decision in Sasktel v Unifor, Local 2S, 2019 CanLII 57057 (SK LA) arose after a long-time employee was dismissed from her position with SaskTel
By Field LLP
It can also be the best decision they will ever make, according to local legal professionals who say, like any adviser, a lawyer can help mitigate potential problems before they become full-on
By Marleea Potter, Lisa Statt Foy
In the excitement of Canadian cannabis legalization, many overlooked that cannabis legislation is in fact focused on controlling the production, distribution, sale and possession of cannabis in Canada.
By Coleman Brinker (Student-At-Law), Geoff Hope
The Alberta government introduced Bill 21: Ensuring Fiscal Sustainability Act, 2019 on October 28, 2019.
By Coleman Brinker (Student-At-Law), Geoff Hope
On October 28, 2019 the Alberta government introduced two bills (Bills 20 and 21) which propose several legislative changes that will impact post-secondary institutions in the Province,
By Rami Pandher
On October 30, 2019 the British Columbia Court of Appeal ("BCCA") dismissed the appeal of the Attorney General and upheld the order of the Supreme Court of British Columbia ("BCSC")
By Tessa Gregson
The recent case of Calgary (City) v Canadian Union of Public Employees Local 37, 2019 ABCA 388 from the Alberta Court of Appeal marks an important decision on sexual misconduct in the workplace.
By Anthony Burden
Builders' liens provide unpaid contractors and subcontractors on a construction project the ability to secure a debt claim against a piece of land
By Coleman Brinker (Student-At-Law)
A contractor (as the Named Insured) hired by a developer (added as an Additional Insured) but only with respect to "liability arising out of the operations of the Named Insured
By Coleman Brinker (Student-At-Law)
The Alberta Queen's Bench analyzed the application of solicitor-client and litigation privilege in separate, but related tort and insurance actions and confirmed that both the insureds and the ...
By Connor Malone
The Ontario Court of Appeal held that commencing a lawsuit to enforce an insurance claim becomes "appropriate" as soon as it is legally possible under the policy to do so and not a later ...
By Rachel Weary
The statutory benefit for bereavement payable to a parent or parents under the Fatal Accidents Act is not available to a parent who is at fault for the death of their child.
By Coleman Brinker (Student-At-Law)
Where a visitor on a City of Calgary pedway was assaulted and beaten, the occupier City was held not to owe a duty of care to prevent all crime but, rather, had a duty to maintain an adequate ...
By Brian Vail, QC
An electronic contract, executed electronically, including a liability exclusion form, was held to be effective to bar a defendant's liability for a sports accident.
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