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- The Particulars of Shareholder Agreements
As companies expand, they often acquire new shareholders with a diverse range of interests. These shareholders may desire protection of their investment in the form of more control and transparency concerning the operation of the business. At the same time, it may be in the interests of the corporat … Read more »
- New Ontario Law: Protecting Businesses From Liability
On October 20, 2020, the Government of Ontario introduced the Supporting Ontario’s Recovery and Municipal Elections Act (“Act”) with the intent of protecting individuals from lawsuits arising out of being directly or indirectly infected with or exposed to COVID-19. These protections apply if the ind … Read more »
- No Mask, No Service – Human Rights Concerns
With the COVID-19 pandemic ongoing in Ontario, laws making the wearing of masks mandatory to enter stores and businesses have been put in place in certain areas such as the City of Toronto. Employers are therefore responsible for enforcing the mask mandate on customers entering their stores and loca … Read more »
- Human Rights Violations in The Workplace During COVID-19
Many employees and businesses in Ontario are experiencing a high level of uncertainty due to the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic. In many industries, public health measures have required significant changes to the workplace when it comes to where and how businesses operate. There is still a constant … Read more »
- So You’ve Been Fired, Now What?
Being fired from your employment is never easy and will almost always have some level of an emotional impact. When it comes to a without cause dismissal in Ontario, it is important for an employee to know what steps to take when faced with the dismissal of their employment. If an employee is not pre … Read more »