Alberta's Human Rights Tribunal sent a strong warning to employers that behave badly by ordering one of the highest general damages awards in its history.
Modernizing the Rail Transportation System in the National Public Interest
This bulletin discusses a recent Ontario Superior Court of Justice decision on dispute resolution clauses in commercial contracts.
USD LIBOR will end June 30, 2023. We discuss LIBOR discontinuation timelines, recent development with respect to SOFR and approaches to replacing LIBOR.
Green or Grey: Regulators Target Greenwashing, Misleading Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG) ClaimsOct 19, 2022
An overview of risks and best practices for companies in relation to environmental, social and governance (“ESG”) claims and disclosure.
proper termination practices, punitive damages, moral damages, wrongful dismissal damages
Canada Revenue Agency Issues Guidance on 30% Critical Mineral Exploration Tax Credit and Certification Requirements
The National Supply Chain Task Force underscores what rail shippers are facing: the Canadian transportation network is under stress.
While every company strives to achieve constructive relations with regulators, sometimes this is not enough. In such cases, understanding the rules that apply to regulators and the limits of their powers can be essential to levelling the playing field.
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