Employers: What the End of Covid-19 Safety Measures Mean
Ontario government masking and vaccination mandates have lifted. What does this mean for employers' policies?
Creditors’ Rights, Remedies when Accounts Unpaid
What do you do when a customer refuses to satisfy their accounts for services rendered?
Employers must Develop Right to Disconnect Policy
Employers in Ontario will need to roll out disconnecting from work policies by June 2.
What to Know about a Workplace Vaccination Policy
As businesses recall employees, they are grappling with what to do if workers don't get the Covid-19 vaccine.
Employer Responsibilities during the Pandemic
Employers are bound to take reasonable steps to protect the health and safety of their staff from hazards.
Employers Face New Critical Pandemic Responsibilities
The Reopening Ontario Act includes the use of a new Covid-19 screening tool for employees and essential visitors.
Your Estate Plan
The current global pandemic has brought estate planning considerations to the forefront. Many individuals are worried about their health, family and finances during this time of uncertainty. The urgency to have appropriate estate-planning…
Review or Regret: Pay Attention to Employment Contracts
Many employers rely upon standard form employment contracts, believing that they are sufficient to meet their specific hiring needs. However, employers should have experienced employment law lawyers regularly review their employment…
New Record-Keeping Requirements
In case you missed it, you may be surprised to find out that the Canada Business Corporation Act (the “CBCA”) has recently been amended on a couple of occasions to introduce new record-keeping requirements. As part of the global movement…
Contracts and Covid-19
As Covid-19 continues its rapid spread throughout the globe, it brings with it unprecedented disruption to every aspect of our lives, both personal and business. While our health, undoubtedly, remains our number one priority, Covid- 19 is…