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Jun 29, 2020 | Jennifer McBlain

Enforcing Personal Guarantees In The Wake Of COVID-19

What are personal guarantees? Personal guarantees are legal documents used by lenders, landlords, or other business contractors (referred to as &ldquo...
Jun 29, 2020 | James Prosser

Minimizing Exposure To Termination Pay

The COVID-19 pandemic has forced many employers to downsize their workforce through dismissals without cause (i.e., as opposed to a dismissal wit...
Jun 18, 2020 | Christopher Mendes and Robert Mullin

Self-Managed Condos, Records & Lien Deadlines

May 2020 Mehta v. Peel C.C. No. 389, 2020 ONCAT 9 & Carleton C.C. No. 476 v. Wong, 2020 ONCA 263 Introduction Despite the domination of COVID-19 i...
Jun 18, 2020 | Eva M. Lane

Returning To Work After COVID-19: Part 2

Put Appropriate Policies In Place After an employer has assessed all workplace risks thoroughly, (for guidance on this, please see Part 1), ...
Jun 18, 2020 | Eva M. Lane

Returning To Work After COVID-19: Part 1

After months of shutdowns, remote work, and physical distancing, provincial governments in Canada are beginning the process of relaxing restrictions a...
Jun 4, 2020 | Alana L. Aird

Dissolving A Not-For-Profit Or Charity

The COVID-19 pandemic has caused an immediate economic downturn. Charities and not-for-profit corporations have been hit particularly hard, and while ...
Jun 4, 2020 | James Prosser

Employees Refusing To Return To Work Due To COVID-19

As the COVID-19 pandemic continues, an unprecedented number of Canadian employees are not present at their physical workplaces. Some are working from ...
Jun 2, 2020 | Jennifer Trommelen-Jones

Force Majeure Clauses: What Are They & Why Are They Important?

Definition Of Force Majeure A force majeure clause is a provision in an agreement that suspends a party’s duty to perform certain obligations un...
May 27, 2020 | Nora Sleeth

Am I legally separated if I continue to reside with my spouse?

When you meet with a Family Law lawyer to discuss your recent separation, one of the first questions they will ask is, “When did you separate?&r...
May 27, 2020 | Alana L. Aird

How To Survive The Pandemic: A Guide for Charities and Not-For-Profits

The COVID-19 pandemic has created challenging economic times and the charitable and not-for-profit sector has been severely impacted. In order for cha...
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