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By Verity Buckingham
EU citizens will be able to apply for settled status in 3 easy steps for less than the price of a passport, under plans outlined by the Immigration Minister today.
By Claire McKee
A recent Employment Tribunal's ruling suggests that the physical and psychological effects of the menopause could constitute a disability for the purposes of the Equality Act 2010 ...
By Eric Foster, James Wishart, Scott Rozansky, Benjamin Iscoe
On June 7, 2018, after more than six months of review, the Senate sent Bill C-45, the Cannabis Act (Bill), back to the House of Commons (House) with 46 amendments (Amendments).
By Kathryn McCulloch
Drones have launched into commercial popularity as a relatively low-cost and accessible way to capture videos and photographs.
By Michael Schafler, Thomas Wilson
Is a Canadian citizen, allegedly defamed in an on-line article published in his home province by a foreign newspaper, entitled to vindicate his reputation in the courts of the province where he lives and maintains his business, and where the sting of the article's comments is felt?
By Victoria Albon
The purpose of the inquiry is to consider two points.
By Victoria Albon
The Supreme Court handed down its judgment yesterday in the case of Pimlico Plumbers Ltd and another v Gary Smith [2018] UKSC 29 confirming that Mr Smith was a worker within the meaning of the Employment Rights Act...
By Victoria Albon
In the recent case of Roddis v Sheffield Hallam University, the Employment Appeal Tribunal (EAT) found that an employee on a zero hours contract could compare himself to a colleague on a full-time contract for the purposes of bringing a claim for less favourable treatment under the Part-Time Workers (Prevention of Less Favourable Treatment) Regulations 2000 (the PTW Regulations).
By Victoria Albon
This new route will replace the entrepreneur visa route which is currently open exclusively to graduates.
By Tracy Molino
On May 25, 2018, the Department of Finance (Department) released, for consultation, its review of the Canadian Payments Act (Review).
By Robert (Bob) W. Murray, Melissa Caouette, Rachel Curran
On Thursday, June 7, 2018, the 2018 Ontario Election saw an approximate 58 percent voter turnout—the highest since 1999—resulting in a majority government for the Ontario Progressive Conservative Party...
By Anna Loparco
The Canadian government recently introduced a Bill which contained the most significant changes to Canada's trademark laws in modern history.
By Dina I. Awad, David McCutcheon
We recently wrote about a case of the Divisional Court of Ontario, The Conservative Party of Canada v Trost, 2018 ONSC 2733, in which the Court ...
By Cristina Wendel
The Alberta Court of Appeal recently reviewed the provisions of the Workers' Compensation Act (the "Act") that enable the Workers Compensation Board ...
By Kirsti Olson, Akin Akinbode, Jessica Pattinson, Gurbinder Grewal, Tracey Summerell
We recently held a breakfast seminar on the impact of Brexit on the UK construction workforce.
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