Ontario Superior Court strikes down legislation limiting third-party political advertising in 12-month period prior to a provincial election campaign

In 2016, Ontario's Liberal government introduced amendments to the Ontario Election Finances Act (EFA), inserting s.37.10.1(2), which capped political advertising expenses paid by third parties,... More

U.K. Supreme Court holds that Uber drivers are workers, not self-employed contractors, entitling them to protections under employment standards legislation…

Uber drivers in the U.K. are "workers" for the purposes of the U.K. Employment Rights Act 1996, a unanimous six-member panel of the U.K. Supreme... More

Supreme Court of Canada reinstates $1 million damages award, ruling that clause requiring active employment did not disentitle constructively…

In a significant ruling, the Supreme Court of Canada affirmed the two-step approach to determining a dismissed employee's entitlement to bonus payments during the reasonable... More

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