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Below is a preview of the five most recent posts from the blog DMC Law Dental Law Blog. To read these posts in their entirely or subscribe to future updates from this blog, please visit their website!

  • A New Paid Holiday in Canada? MaybeApril 16, 2018

    We all know that November 11 commemorates Remembrance Day, the day in Canada to honour those who have died in the line of duty. Remembrance Day has long been a paid holiday for federal workers in Canada, and for occupations governed by the Canada Labour Code (which doesn’t apply to dentists unless y … Read more »

  • Why This Employer Prevailed Over an Employee’s Labour ComplaintApril 13, 2018

    Attendance is an important part of the employment relationship.  The employer trusts that the employee will show up to work and work hard, and in return, the employer provides compensation and benefits.  Of course, we always include a section in our employment contracts that state the employee agree … Read more »

  • New Labour Blitzes Announced – The Ministry of Labour Could be Knocking on Your Door Next!April 13, 2018

    The Ministry of Labour (MOL) just announced its upcoming 2018-2019 blitz initiatives. One of the blitzes will focus on the health care sector, including dental offices! According to the MOL, the healthcare blitzes will focus, among other things, on health and safety hazards internal responsibility s … Read more »

  • Dentist Testimonial about DMC LLP…April 12, 2018

    Here’s a new testimonial from a dentist who recently engaged DMC LLP to purchase a dental practice: “I first met Michael, David and their team in December 2015 after Googling “lawyers for dentists” and DMC was top of the list. This was my first rodeo and I wanted to make sure I was working with a te … Read more »

  • Dentists Doing Business With Non-Dentists: Legal Hazards and New Horizons…April 8, 2018

    This is a kind of follow-up article to a series of 4 blogs I started writing in 2017 about dentists and DSOs (dental service organizations) getting into trouble in the U.S. (which you can read here: Part 1, Part 2, Part 3, and Part 4).  In this blog, I’m going to talk about a case that came out in A … Read more »