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Month: February 2021

What is a pension? The basics of retirement income

Pensions come in all shapes and sizes, and you are lucky if you have a good one. Simon Archer and David Sworn take you through the basics of retirement income.

February 28, 2021
Simon Archer David Sworn

Aboriginal law 101: What is the duty to consult?

The duty to consult is complex and fact-specific. Natai Shelsen discusses the Crown’s obligation to consult with Indigenous groups when their Aboriginal rights or claims could be affected by government decisions.

February 28, 2021
Natai Shelsen

The Grenville Christian College decision: Establishing systemic negligence in class action trials

The Ontario Superior Court recently held that an institution was systemically negligent while relying on relatively narrow evidence from select class members. In this blog post, Jody Brown and Erin Sobat review what kind of evidence is necessary to establish systemic negligence in class action trials.

February 25, 2021
Jody Brown

What to do if you are being harassed at work?

February 24 is Pink Shirt Day, a day of action against bullying. At Goldblatt Partners, our labour and employment lawyers frequently help clients deal with workplace harassment and bullying. In this post, Erin Moores takes you through some of the hard but practical considerations you should think about if you are being harassed at work.

February 24, 2021
Erin Moores