One business can often be made up of several different corporations for legitimate reasons. One owns the property, one owns the assets, and another employs the employees and actually operates the business. There is nothing illegal or shameful about that. Other businesses entering into contracts with the entity are expected to do their research and know with whom they are dealing. But what about the employees? When they are shuffled from one payroll to the next, what are their rights?
I have a small dog. My dog is good natured and has never bitten or injured anyone before. If my dog bites someone unexpectedly, can I still be liable?
I was injured while a visitor at an amusement park. Do I have a legal case against the park?
I belong to a charity that was supposed to file documents recently but did not do so. What can happen?
Jeffrey R. Manishen has experienced what it is to work as a defence counsel and as a Crown prosecutor.
I am finally opening my new pool for the summer. What are my responsibilities as a homeowner?
Can someone sue the Crown for failure to provide disclosure of significant evidence?
I have opened my backyard swimming pool for the summer. What liabilities should I be aware of?