WeirFoulds partner Albert Formosa discussed the need to clarify how employees are given credit for service under a new structure when a company gets purchased in “Credit for service clarified […]
Computers dominate the workplace. And, with increasing use comes increasing computer-related workplace issues. Recent case-law in Canada suggests that employers should be reviewing or instituting a number of policies to […]
Barrie’s lawyers will appear in Orangeville court in May to fight a legal manoeuvre to derail development at the Allandale Station. The city has retained WeirFoulds to fight a $28-million […]
Justice Low of the Ontario Superior Court of Justice awards an interim injunction for the owner and operator of The Real Jerk.
The owners of a popular Caribbean restaurant fighting eviction will have their day in court on Tuesday as they seek an injunction that would keep the kitchen from closing. “We […]
The owners of the Real Jerk restaurant have hired a lawyer to fight their Jan. 31 eviction date. Co-owner Ed Pottinger says lawyer Albert Formosa is planning to apply for […]
Among the most challenging and complex issues faced by businesses, governments, organizations and individuals are those that arise in the workplacein the relationships between management and employee, worker and employer […]
You’re a landlord, and your tenant is selling knock-off merchandise that violates copyright or trademark laws. In some other countries, the landlord’s liability for such violations has been the subject of court proceedings. Is Canada next?