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March 10, 2023
Read our summary and analysis of Schedule 1 of Bill 60, the Integrated Community Health Services Centres Act.
Mapping Ontario’s Distinctive Model of Construction Labour Law
January 13, 2023
David Doorey and Josh Mandryk, “Mapping Ontario’s Distinctive Model of Construction Labour Law” (2022), 24(2) Canadian Labour and Employment Law Journal 207. The article provides a detailed introduction to construction labour law, focusing on...
Wiretapping and Other Electronic Surveillance: Law and Procedure
May 03, 2022
Robbert W. Hubbard, Mabel Lai, and Daniel Sheppard, Wiretapping and Other Electronic Surveillance: Law and Procedure (Toronto: Carswell, 2000) (Loose-leaf). In this looseleaf service, Dan Sheppard and his co-authors look at electronic surveillance from...
Uber’s Proposal for Portable Benefits Is a Poison Pill
February 27, 2022
Simon Archer and Josh Mandryk say that Uber's proposal for portable benefits is a poison pill that will only benefit Uber itself.
The debate about a minimum wage for articling students is an embarrassment to the legal profession
November 29, 2021
In this Toronto Star op ed, Louis Century explains why the minimum wage debate at the LSO is an embarrassment to the legal profession.
A Reasonable Alternative to Guilt: Flight and Anti-Black Racism
September 21, 2021
Danielle Sandhu proposes reforms aimed at neutralizing the threat of prejudicial effect of evidence of flight against Black accused persons.