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- A new tax law could spell trouble for safe havens and shell companies — and it’s already on the CRA’s radar
Foreigners looking to Canada as a tax haven and Canadians seeking havens abroad will have to deal with a whole new set of rules when the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development’s Multilateral Instrument (MLI) comes into force on December 1. Read More … Read more »
- When employees turn the office into a battlefield, companies can get caught in the crossfire
The relationship between the two men began to deteriorate. After observing what he believed was Corilla performing coding work that was unrelated to his job at Wellon, Baraty reported his suspicions to the general manager. Corilla was outraged when he learned of the allegation. The company accepted … Read more »
- If you lie to an employer during hiring, you can be fired. Shouldn’t that apply to Trudeau too?
He got the job. Some time later, he was formally charged. When he advised his employer, he was fired. Read More … Read more »
- Why your seemingly perfect separation agreement may not be written in stone
In most cases, separated spouses resolve the issues arising from their separation by way of a written agreement between them. While it is hoped that the agreement will remain tucked away in a drawer indefinitely, that is not always the case. For some couples, the passage of time does not just give r … Read more »
- Trial by press release, is that what wrongful dismissal litigation has become?
In the body of the email, ThyssenKrupp’s representative gave the company’s version of a wrongful dismissal case brought against it by Mark Render, who was fired for the alleged sexual assault of a coworker, Linda Vieira, 5 1/2 years earlier. Read More … Read more »