Keyboard stroke and internet monitoring, video surveillance and examining social media postings. These are just a few ways in which employers might legally monitor employees and job candidates, all of which are used.
Nicholas Kasirer, a judge of the Court of Appeal of Quebec who previously served on the faculty of McGill University’s law school for 20 years, is on track to be the next justice of the Supreme Court of Canada.
The ADR Institute of Canada has drafted a framework for mediation-arbitration processes.
Quebec tax officials are entitled to demand information from the Calgary branch of a national bank where a trust established in Alberta by a Quebec family holds an account, the Supreme Court of Canada ruled today.
On Monday, the federal government announced its first-ever food policy for Canada, which will support community projects and provide additional funding to the Canadian Food Inspection Agency.
As of Monday, June 17, brand owners filing trademark applications will be paying more, as the amended Trade-marks Act and the new Trademarks Regulations come into force.
A class action lawsuit for sexual abuse against a religious organization in Quebec and an institution that it ran may proceed, the Supreme Court of Canada ruled today.
The Canadian government’s charge of fraud and corruption against SNC-Lavalin Group Inc. over its former business dealings in Libya may go to trial, a Quebec provincial judge ruled on Wednesday.
The Supreme Court of Canada has ordered a new trial on unlawful act manslaughter for an Ontario man charged in Alberta in the death of a woman who bled to death in a hotel bathtub.
The Supreme Court of Canada will hear three criminal appeals this week, in its last week of hearings until the Court resumes in September.