Hear Ye! Hear Ye! The sky is (still) falling! A decade ago we sounded the alarms that the not for profit corporations world was radically changing.
I was recently charged with a criminal offence unrelated to my employment. My employer found out and has fired me for just cause. What can I do about this?
In my previous Legal Matters article on this topic I told you about how much Canadians get behind their charities (to the tune of $15.7 billion annually) but how some contributions to charity (services, directed gifts and pledges) give you less bang for your buck at tax time.
Canadians love to reduce their taxes by giving to charity. Canadian charities receipted a whopping $15.7 billion dollars in donations in the last year that such figures were published.
Neither judges nor juries are bound to follow theories of the Crown or the defence if there is evidence that could support a conviction on a different basis than that offered by counsel, Hamilton criminal lawyer Jeffrey Manishen
Bill 148 could inhibit job growth.
I am vegan and my employer requires that I wear leather boots as part of the uniform. I have asked to wear different footwear which respect my chosen lifestyle but they have refused, what can I do?
The Supreme Court of Canada granted leave to appeal in the case of in S.A. v. Metro Vancouver Housing Corporation, 2017 BCCA 2 (37551).
There is a general principle in real estate law, stemming from the Latin phrase “Caveat Emptor
”, which holds that a buyer has an obligation to exercise proper caution when acquiring real estate.
If you have prepared your will with a lawyer you may have noticed these short two words ‘per stirpes’
(and yes it is stirpes not stripes).