2018 saw a number of developments in employment and labour law. Below, we provide a summary of the top 10 Canadian decisions from the last 12 months that we believe Atlantic Canadian employers should be aware of coming into 2019. Re Lower Churchill Transmission Construction Employers’ Assn Inc and IBEW, Local 1620 (Tizzard) Arbitrator finds […]read more
Securities Law: National Instrument 31-103
Patrick Fitzgerald, a partner in the firm’s Halifax office and Chair of the Securities Law Subsection of the Canadian Bar Association (Nova Scotia), discusses National Instrument 31-103 and other securities law matters in a recent issue of The Bottom Line”
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