In the recent decision of TWU v Telus Communcitations Inc, 2014 ABCA 154, the Alberta Court of Appeal addressed the issues of when accommodation is required and whether there is a procedural duty to accommodate, in Alberta human rights legislation.
As the world still tries to come to grasps with the Ebola crisis in Africa, it is thought that the greatest risk of contracting the deadly virus in Europe is for healthcare workers.
Consumers don’t keep their receipts. This poses a unique challenge in consumer product class actions, especially when parties seek the Court’s approval of a settlement that requires a receipt as proof of purchase.
Senior executives are sometimes indemnified against costs and expenses incurred as a result of legal proceedings that might be brought against such employees.
Interesting South China Morning Post article by Jeffrey Towson, author of the incredibly popular One Hour China Book. The article is Keep away from the “unicorns”: Four Chinese businesses you should avoid.