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Wednesday May 20, 2020

Can Your Business Survive
COVID-19?

Authored by: Tim Hill, Q.C. Posted in: Business Litigation COVID-19
Many, if not most, businesses in Canada have been affected by the COVID-19 pandemic. Some major businesses are already looking at restructuring options. Many of these will be hoping that they are “too big to fail”. They may be right.

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Monday April 27, 2020

Options for Your Business During the Pandemic (Besides Layoffs)

Authored by: Ian D. Brown Authored by: Kathryn A. Raymond, Q.C. Posted in: COVID-19 Employment Law

Employers have been faced with immense challenges in this unprecedented situation, including the possibility of employee layoffs. While this may be an option to consider, we want to let you know that there are other options available.

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Friday June 1, 2018

NDAs: Are They Worth The Paper They’re Written On?

Authored by: Marc J. Belliveau Posted in: Business Law Employment Law Intellectual Property

Non-Disclosure Agreements (NDAs), sometimes called Confidentiality Agreements, are a type of contract which compels its parties to come under the proverbial “cone of silence.”

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Monday June 15, 2015

Changes to the Temporary Foreign Worker Program

Authored by: Jacqueline R. Ruck Posted in: Employment Law

The Government of Canada has made changes to the Temporary Foreign Worker Program (TFWP) with the stated purpose of ensuring that Canadians are given the first chance at available jobs.On June 20, 2014, the Government created two separate programs: TFWP which requires a Labour Market Impact

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