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  • Stewart: Balancing Collective and Individual Rights

    … How can an employer ensure a safe workplace while also protecting its individual employees’ human rights? Erin Brandt considers this question in her latest case law update. Read Erin’s review of the recent Supreme Court of Canada decision in Stewart v. Elk Valley Coal Corp. here. The post Stewart: Balancing Collective and Individual Rights…

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  • Facial Injuries from Bicycle Accidents

    … Bicyclists are extremely vulnerable to injury if they are involved in a crash. Their bodies often have little more than thin clothing to protect them—and it usually doesn’t protect much. One common piece of safety equipment that bicyclists rely upon is a helmet. Bicyclists wear helmets to protect their heads, neck, and face should an impact occur…

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  • Implied Terms in Employment Contracts: Part 1

    … By Geoff Mason. Employment contracts come in all shapes and sizes. They vary in terms of detail, style and substance. There’s one thing they all have in common, however. Every employment agreement is FULL of implied terms. An “implied term” is best understood when compared with an “express term”, which is a contractual term that two parties…

    Wendy Woloshyn/ kentemploymentlaw.com- 12 readers -
  • Is It Every Too Early To Start Estate Planning?

    … on your own if you want it done correctly. Don’t Wait Until It’s Too Late You will want to start estate planning soon. You never know what the future holds, and you don’t want to take chances that may cost the people in your life dearly. Anything can happen, and at any time, you will want to be prepared. It is best to have a professional draft the paperwork, this way you know it is ironclad and your intentions are explicitly conveyed. The post Is It Every Too Early To Start Estate Planning? appeared first on . …

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  • What Constitutes Good Faith Negotiations in a New York Foreclosure Case?

    … As of December 15, 2009, New York promulgated a civil practice rule1 that requires the parties to a foreclosure action to participate in a mandatory settlement conference with the court within the first 60 days after service of process. The purpose of this conference is to determine whether the parties can reach an agreement to help the defendant…

    Ronald D. Weiss, PC- 10 readers -
  • The 90-Day Foreclosure Letter: Proving Service

    … under such circumstances. Contact a Long Island Foreclosure Attorney with Questions About Your 90-Day Notice Because New York law specifically makes it a prerequisite to foreclosure jurisdiction to serve proper notice upon the defaulting borrower, if you received a defective 90-day notice letter or the notice was defectively served, you may have…

    Ronald D. Weiss, PC- 18 readers -
  • Japanese Vending Machines: The High Cost of Low-Skilled Labour

    … effects on these workers. Indeed, this appears to already be happening in North America, as evidenced by McDonald’s recent roll-out of automated kiosks throughout the United States in response to the prospect of minimum wage hikes. Japanese vending machines and McDonald’s kiosks are graphic reminders of the value of sustainable employment. As we…

    Wendy Woloshyn/ kentemploymentlaw.com- 12 readers -
  • Drinking and Driving Increases on Holiday Weekends

    … compensation for all medical bills, pain and suffering, lost wages, and any other losses they may have suffered because another driver broke the law. An Indianapolis Car Accident Attorney is Here to Help You At the Fountain Law Firm, P.C., we have successfully helped many drunk driving accident victims obtain the compensation they deserve…

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  • Human Rights in BC: Should We Follow Ontario’s Example?

    … to fulfill its statutory mandate. As a result, human rights education in the Province is falling behind some of the other Provinces. Ontario’s Approach In contrast to BC, Ontario has adopted a tripartite human rights model, consisting of: A Commission that is responsible for education and advocacy, A Tribunal that is responsible for complaint…

    Wendy Woloshyn/ kentemploymentlaw.com- 12 readers -
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