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Ontario Court Of Appeal Reaffirms Principles Of Contractual Interpretation In Upholding A Termination Clause
The Ontario Court of Appeal recently released its reasons for its decision in Amberber v. IBM Canada Ltd., 2018 ONCA 571 (Amberber).
Canada
16 Jul 2018
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Ontario Businesses Prepare For Major Changes To Employment And Labour Legislation
Businesses in Ontario need to plan now to address the budgeting, scheduling and operational impact of significant changes to the Employment Standard Act, 2000 and the Labour Relations Act, 1995 (the LRA)
Canada
1 Dec 2017
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Ontario Government Employment Proposals Affect Business Planning And Budgets
Ontario employers will face new compliance and cost challenges if changes that the Ontario government intends to make to the Employment Standards Act (the ESA) and the LRA actually become law.
Canada
13 Jun 2017
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A Review Of New Whistleblower Protections Under Ontario's Securities Act
The Ontario government has approved amendments to the Securities Act (Ontario) (the "Act") to provide additional protection to persons who report a potential violation of Ontario securities law...
Canada
11 Aug 2016
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Ontario Overtime Class Actions: A Map For Certification?
"When is an overtime misclassification case not a misclassification case?" asked Justice Belobaba in Baroch v. Canada Cartage, a recent overtime class action decision.
Canada
2 Mar 2015
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Non-Compete / Non-Solicit Covenants: Ontario Court Of Appeal Provides Guidance On Requirements For Enforceability
The Ontario Court of Appeal’s February recent decision analyzes the non-competition and non-solicitation covenants applying to a former company President.
Canada
13 Feb 2013
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Much Ado about Deferred Compensation: New U.S. Rules Prompt Compliance Reviews
Canadian corporations employing U.S. citizens should review their deferred compensation plans in light of a controversial new U.S. law. The new law primarily regulates elections to defer compensation and the timing of payments, but also includes limitations on funding methods and accelerated payouts.
Canada
17 Jun 2005
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