Employer Breaches Procedural But Not Substantive Component of Duty to Accommodate
Arbitration Clauses and Shareholder Disputes: Are “Fussy Distinctions” Undermining Efficient Dispute Resolution?Aug 27, 2015
Arbitration Clauses and Shareholder Disputes: Are "Fussy Distinctions" Undermining Efficient Dispute Resolution?
OSFI Publishes Draft of Revised Guideline for Minimum Capital Test for Federally Regulated Property and Casualty Insurance CompaniesAug 26, 2015
OSFI Publishes Draft of Revised Guideline for Minimum Capital Test For Federally Regulated Property and Casualty Insurance Companies
England Rugby to Players: Twitter arguments equal battle you wont win
A former land developer in Henco Industries Limited v. The Queen successfully argued before the Tax Court that a $15.8 million payment from the Ontario government should be characterized as a non-taxable capital receipt and a separate payment of $650,000 from the Ontario government should be characterized as a non-taxable windfall.
2 Become 1: CSA Proposes Creation of Single Exempt Distribution Reporting Regime
Reading Between the Lines – How Employers Can Make Legitimate Changes While Respecting the Collective AgreementAug 20, 2015
Unionized employers mistakenly believe that they can’t make workplace changes. Careful reading of a collective agreement may show changes available to employers
Government can Impose Penalties on Large Businesses for Deficiently Reporting Recapture of Input Tax Credits (“ITCs”)Aug 19, 2015
Generally, "large businesses" can recapture ITCs relating to the Ontario and Prince Edward Island portion of the HST payable re some property and services
Health Privacy Revisited – Upcoming Changes to Ontario's Health Privacy Laws
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