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  • Some new NEW changes to the now-passed Employment Law AmendmentsNovember 23, 2017

    The Ontario Government has introduced some interesting new sections to the employment law amendments we have been telling you about over the past year. Yesterday, the Ontario Legislature passed the final draft of Bill 148.  While is it not yet law, we can be sure it will receive Royal Assent in the … Read more »

  • The Greatest Car | Car Company in the World… Wait ’till you see this bad boy!November 21, 2017

    So everyone knows I love Tesla (both the company and the cars and soon semi-trucks that it produces).  Every time I step into an internal combustion engine car, I cringe.  I can’t handle it.  It’s just slow, dumb, and immature.  I deserve better.  We all do.  Case in point: I took my car in to put o … Read more »

  • Jamaica… Oregon… And a New Perspective on Life…November 16, 2017

    So in a previous blog, I talked about giving up coffee and alcohol and changing my habits to lead a healthier lifestyle.  I’m working out more regularly.  My diet is very clean AND boring (hummus, beans, chicken, salmon, salad, etc.).  Since I did so, I’ve dropped about 15 lbs (and still dropping). … Read more »

  • Update on Changes to Employment Law in 2018November 13, 2017

    Ontario’s legislature has finished the second reading of “The Fair Workplaces, Better Jobs Act” which contains certain amendments to the Employment Standards Act (“ESA“). This means that the proposed law will go to a committee of Members of Provincial Parliament to be studied again, possibly amended … Read more »

  • Non-Solicit Clause Upheld; Employee & Customer PenalizedNovember 1, 2017

    Here at DMC, we keep a close eye on whenever courts in Canada have something to say about restrictive covenants and non-solicits (just like Michael Carabash did not too long ago). I just read a recent case (from Quebec) that put a nice big check mark on the side of Principals and Employers and prote … Read more »