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Law

News
October 16, 2014  

Is the sky the limit? A look at limitation of liability clauses

It is not uncommon for contracting parties to attempt

News
September 24, 2014  

Understanding arbitration agreements

Arbitration agreements have become increasingly common in commercial contracts

News
August 19, 2014  

Understanding Canada’s new anti-spam legislation

On July 1, Canada’s anti-spam legislation (CASL) came into

Article
June 1, 2014  

Terminating employees without cause

The field of employment law is fraught with misconceptions

Article
April 1, 2014  

Law column: defining risk in construction contracts

Beware of what you warrant

Article
February 1, 2014  

Law Column: Discretionary clauses

Unfettered Discretion, Reasonableness and Good Faith

Article
December 1, 2013  

To terminate, or not to terminate?

Contracts do not always end well. Relationships between the

Article
August 1, 2013  

Thinking about a random alcohol testing program? Think again

One of the most controversial issues in workplace law

Article
June 1, 2013  

Extensions of time matter: A Primer on Time Being at Large and Acceleration

Construction contracts between owners and contractors invariably require the

Article
April 1, 2013  

Terminating Employees for Cause

Terminating employees can be difficult, stressful and, if not

Article
February 1, 2013  

Law Column: Tender with care

Tendering is often a complex and hurried process, and

Article
December 1, 2012  

Getting paid

Getting paid is a constant concern in the construction

News
November 30, 2012  

SNC-Lavalin responds to arrest of former CEO

SNC-Lavalin recently responded to the arrest of its former

News
October 29, 2012  

EllisDon launches Uprising

EllisDon has launched Uprising, a crowdsourcing platform that has

News
October 25, 2012  

VIDEO: Former Montreal engineer testifies at Charbonneau commission

A recent CBC News report covering the Charbonneau commission

News
October 18, 2012  

Bridge and shoreline construction law changes proposed

The Government of Canada introduced amendments to the Navigable

News
October 4, 2012  

VIDEO: Montreal suspends $75M in contracts following corruption allegations

The City of Montreal has suspended approximately $75 million

News
October 1, 2012  

College of Trades releases apprenticeship ratio reviews

The Ontario College of Trades has published its first

Article
October 1, 2012  

Preparing for delays

A major challenge for all parties involved in a

News
August 31, 2012  

Bird Construction Inc. announces cancellation of $95M contract

Bird Construction Inc. recently issued a statement saying that