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Administrative Bodies

Sport Law Newsletter – Identifying and Addressing Conflicts of Interest

Sport Law Newsletter Identifying and Addressing Conflicts of Interest In sport organizations, the potential for conflicts of interest is high. Sport organizations are often tight-knit communities. Board members might also be coaches, high-performance athletes, [...]

Sport Law Newsletter – Autumn 2019 Are national team athletes employees?

Sport Law Newsletter – Autumn 2019 Are national team athletes employees? Employment disputes involving professional athletes, notably the 2011 NBA and the 2012 NHL lockouts, dominated headlines. More recently, employment law and sport collided [...]

Long Term Care Law Newsletter A Society’s By-Laws: Best practices for keeping by-laws workable Spring 2019

Long Term Care Law Newsletter A Society’s By-Laws: Best practices for keeping by-laws workable Spring 2019 Many long-term care facilities are incorporated as societies or have a society as part of their operations. This [...]

Video Surveillance in Nursing Homes: Are there any new developments?

Long-Term Care Law Newsletter Video Surveillance in Nursing Homes: Are there any new developments? Autumn, 2018 Video surveillance has long been of interest to long-term care facilities.   Many long-term facilities have surveillance of common [...]

Class Actions in the Long-term Care Sector

Long-Term Care Law Newsletter: Summer, 2018 Class Actions in the Long-term Care Sector Earlier this year, class-action lawsuits were launched against two separate long-term care organizations in Ontario. These actions allege that residents at these [...]

The Adult Capacity and Decision-Making Act: Are there Implications for Long-Term Care Facilities?

Long-Term Care Law Newsletter: Spring, 2018 The Adult Capacity and Decision-Making Act: Are there Implications for Long-Term Care Facilities? The Nova Scotia Supreme Court (the “Court”) struck down the Incompetent Persons Act (“former Act”) [...]

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