Howard Goldblatt and Steven Barrett argue that binding interest arbitration is a bedrock principle of a publicly funded health care system.
Things have changed a bit at our Toronto office! We've moved our reception area and client boardrooms to the 10th floor.
The Calgary Herald and National Post report on some of Steven Barrett's arguments in a proposed class action involving the employment status of players in the Western Hockey League.
A class action against Peoples Trust Company and Peoples Card Services, alleging they extracted unauthorized and illegal fees from prepaid credit cards, has been certified.
The proposed class action against Goodlife Fitness Centres Inc. for unpaid wages, & overtime has been extended to include Goodlife clubs across the country.
Cynthia Petersen will participate in an LSUC panel discussion on "Ensuring Access to Your Firm's Office and Services for People with Disabilities".
Colleen Bauman will offer practical strategies for both public and private sector lawyers to make their workplace and client services compliant.
Nadine Blum will discuss the ethical issues that can arise with the use of social media in litigation at a seminar organized by the OBA's Insurance Law section.
Fiona Campbell will moderate a panel discussion on amendments to the Canadian Human Rights Act to include gender identity and gender expression.
Our “Laws & Bagels” seminars combine information on topics of interest to our clients with great food. Held periodically, the Laws & Bagels seminars feature discussions and workshops that will help you represent your members.More