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Written By: Nick Todorovic and Danika Winkel, Summer Student Within the GTA, changes have been made in recent years in an attempt to cut down on driver error and ...
A Littler event: the ever-evolving landscape of employment law in Canada
The Ever Evolving Landscape of Employment Law in Canada Employment law in Canada never stops evolving. Employers need to be aware of how they will be impacted by ...
A Littler webinar: latest legal developments in Ontario
Latest Legal Developments in Ontario This webinar will address the following recent developments in the Ontario ...
Will your workplace be up in smoke?
By Joe Masterson
Most probably not. Still, it will be legal for Canadians to consume recreational marijuana on October 17th, 2018. What does this mean for employers? Just like alcohol, it will be ...
Experts for hire: what use can be made of past judicial comment?
Written By: William Keele and Hudson Chalmers, Summer Student Expert witnesses are used in personal injury cases to help the court understand highly technical matters in ...
Injured at an Airbnb: what to do when your trip goes south
Airbnb is an internet-based company that has quickly risen through the ranks of travel booking sites as one of the most popular options for accommodations around the world. In ...
Littler Global Guide - Canada - Q2
Browse through brief employment and labor law updates from around the globe. Contact a Littler attorney for more information or view our global locations. VIEW ALL Q2 2018 GLOBAL ...
Admissibility of expert evidence
Written By: Bryan Sansom and Hudson Chalmers, Summer Student In personal injury trials, both the plaintiff and defendant will want to tender expert evidence in support of ...
Missed diagnosis or misdiagnosis: how to proceed with a medical malpractice claim involving cancer treatment
Written By: Bryan Sansom and Danika Winkel, Summer Student According to the Canadian Cancer Society, cancer is the leading cause of death in Canada, responsible for ...
Income replacement benefits before and after the 104 week mark
Written By: Nick Todorovic and Hudson Chalmers, Summer Student When involved in a motor vehicle collision, you are able to collect no-fault benefits from your insurance ...
Up the creek without a paddle: a review of boating safety and the law regarding human powered watercraft
Written By: William Keele and Danika Winkel, Summer Student In 1984, on Chestermere Lake, Alberta, a man drowned after his canoe was flipped by the wake of a speed boat ...
Firework safety: what you need to know for the Canada Day long weekend
Written By: Michael Warfe and Brock Turville, Summer Student The Canada Day long weekend is fast approaching and many Canadians will head out to catch a public fireworks ...
Self-driving vehicles: aligning expectations with reality
Written By: Michael Warfe and Leah Burlock, Summer Student Public safety is said to be the top priority for the development of autonomous vehicles. With human error ...
Tesla autopilot, still ironing out the wrinkles
Written By: Lindsay Charles and Brock Turville, Summer Student Tesla, a car company based in California, is known for its electric-powered cars and innovation in the ...
Littler adds experienced Canadian immigration attorney Yusra Siddiquee in Toronto
Littler, the world’s largest employment and labour law practice representing management, has added Yusra Siddiquee (SI-DEE-KEE) as a partner in the firm’s Toronto ...