By Joseph Neuberger
Growing public and media attention on the way sexual assault trials are conducted has increased the scrutiny upon defence lawyers and how these trials are conducted, with a focus on the way a complainant experiences the trial process.
By Whitney Abrams
Brands who formerly opted to use traditional forms of advertising like print and online media have taken to influencer marketing to capitalize on personalities who have large, and often targeted, relevant, niche audiences at their fingertips.
By Steven Benmor
In the last 20 years, mediation has become the panacea for many legal disputes. From employment, to human rights, to child protection, to personal injury, and for divorce, clients, lawyers and judges have all been seeking to use mediation to resolve all types of legal disputes.
By Suzana Popovic-Montag
Smartphones have disrupted a lot of old school technology – the humble alarm clock being one of them. Few people under 30 own an alarm clock, and I’m sure many don’t even know what an alarm clock is.
By David M. Smith
Approximately 1 in 66 Canadian children were diagnosed with Autism Spectrum Disorder in 2018. Autism is just one of many developmental disorders that children are diagnosed with each year.
By Andrew Carvajal
On June 18, 2019, the Canadian government introduced major reforms to immigration programs designed to bring foreign caregivers to Canada and allow them to transition to permanent residence. While the changes are generally positive and welcomed by most stakeholders, they encompass significant reforms that impact foreign caregivers and their employers.
By Christopher Achkar
Sexual harassment at work is a serious issue that has been ignored for far too long. Employees are protected under the Ontario Human Rights Code (the Code), the Canadian Human Rights Act (the Act), and the Canadian Labour Code (CLC) from being sexually harassed at and outside of the workplace by a colleague or employer.
By Stuart Rudner
More and more people are getting tattoos. Pew Research Center reported that nearly 40 per cent of American Millennials had a tattoo — far more than the Baby Boomer generation (only 15 per cent of people surveyed in that age group reported having a tattoo).