When Less is Truly More: A Realistic Approach for Companies Wanting to Protect Trade Secrets and Confidential Information

When Less is Truly More: A Realistic Approach for Companies Wanting to Protect Trade Secrets and Confidential Information through Non-Competition/Non-Solicitation Covenants For many companies, the most valuable asset they possess are their employees. Employment with a company can provide employees with the skills and experience necessary to make them competitive in the market. And while … Continued

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External Workplace Investigations

Safe, fair, equitable and harassment-free workplaces where employees thrive is a goal of any employer. There are occasions when an employer will need an investigation to ensure that these goals are being met. For example, an investigation may be appropriate where an employee files a complaint or the employer is concerned that the work environment … Continued

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Employee or Independent Contractor: Why It Matters

Non-standard working relationships have been a growing trend over the last few decades for several reasons including the rise of the “gig-economy”. Businesses are using a blend of workers including employees hired on fixed or indefinite terms, and independent contractors or consultants for project-specific services. A common issue for many businesses is determining whether a … Continued

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The Divorce Act: Modernizing Family Law in Canada

Amendments to the Divorce Act: Modernizing Family Law in Canada! Over the last couple of years, you may have seen comments or articles by the mainstream media or on social media regarding changes to family laws in Canada. On March 1, 2021, the Divorce Act[1] was amended to update and modernize Canada’s federal family laws … Continued

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How to Deal with Creditors

This workshop aims to provide participants with a foundational understanding of how to effectively address creditors and prioritize different forms of debt along with avoiding excessive debt repayment or otherwise expired/invalid debts. Source: WESK – Women Entrepreneurs of Saskatchewan  This article is for informational purposes only and does not constitute legal or accounting advice … Continued

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