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  • Employment Standards Audits Go Digital

    In Ontario, Employment Standards Officers (ESOs) are tasked with conducting inspections to ensure compliance with the Employment Standards Act (ESA). If you have ever been the subject of an inspection you may know that during a typical inspection, ESOs attend the business in question, sometimes on a … Read more »

  • Informed Consent Case Dismissed Against Dentist – Here’s Why…

    On April 1, 2019, the BC Supreme Court released a decision wherein it dismissed a case against a dentist.  The case is Warlow v. Dr. Sadeghi, 2019 BCSC 463.  At issue in that case was whether the dentist had given informed consent to the patient and whether the dentist had been negligent in causing … Read more »

  • New Employment Law Passed

    Bill 66, Ontario’s newest law to boost competitiveness, has passed third reading and received Royal Assent at Queen’s Park — so it is now law and it directly affects Dentists! The new law changes rules around mandatory posters and overtime. ESA Posters Dentists are no longer forced to post the Emplo … Read more »

  • ANOTHER MUST READ – HumanRights in the Dental Office

    DMC LLP has just published another must-read book for all dentists who hire employees in Ontario. Employment law has changed in Ontario – this contains everything you need to know. The third book in the DMC LLP series called “Employment Law For Dentists” has just been released and is publicly availa … Read more »

  • IPAC: Class Action Law Suit Against Burlington Dentist Given the Green Light

    In June 2017 a Burlington dental practice was inspected by the Halton Region health unit and resulted in a shut down of the practice due to “failure to reprocess equipment and devises used in patient care services”. A notice was sent to 9,000 of the practice’s patients advising them to get tested fo … Read more »

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