Please be advised that as of April 6, 2021 Camberwell House will no longer be supplying employment law services. We thank our past clients for their patronage, and wish them the best as we move to a more focused and specialized set of services.
Lawyers have been one of the last holdouts using fax machines. Part of that was simply the Rules of Civil Procedure, which made very specific provision for service by fax, and a fax confirmation sheet was good enough for the court that something had indeed been sent. Service by email, however, used to require a […]
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As of December 2018, all Standard Charge Terms registered after January 1, 2007 are now available for download – for free – from the OnLand portal. Hat tip to the Middlesex Law Association for spreading the word!
The “STOP SOP” slate for the Bencher elections (for the Law Society’s governing body) damn near swept the Board. There were 24 lawyers nominated on that slate (12 outside of Toronto, 12 in Toronto): 10 of the 12 Toronto lawyers running on the slate were elected; all 12 of the outside Toronto lawyers running on […]
Lori Duffy and Kate Stephens of Weir Foulds give us a rundown.
Henry Chang at Blaney’s has provided two very useful summary articles on your rights and obligations regarding your personal electronic devices when crossing the Canada-US border. “U.S. Customs and Border Protection Updates Policy on Border Searches of Electronic Devices” “Does the Canada Border Services Agency Have the Authority to Search Your Electronic Devices?”
From De Bousquet PC Barristers and Solicitors: “…there is an increasing willingness on the part of the HRTO to grant significant monetary awards to discriminated employees. However, it seems that an employer’s conduct must be of a particularly egregious nature to warrant such a significant award.”
“The Court held that courts must defer to arbitral awards unless the applicant can meet the exacting standards to set aside an award contained in the Ontario [legislation].” An international arbitration case, but one which follows the pattern of those done locally under the Arbitration Act. Thank you to F. Paul Morrison, Claire Seaborn and […]