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Published on: 14 Feb 2012 By

Independent Contractor: To Be or Not to Be – That is the Question

As an employment lawyer, I am often approached by clients on the issue of “independent contractors versus employees”. Corporate clients look to use independent contractors, rather than employees, to perform work more cheaply and with more flexibility – without costs such as CPP, EI, EHT, WSI…

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Published on: 24 Jan 2012 By

Important New Privacy Ruling: What on earth is “intrusion upon seclusion”?

I’ve often said that my job is mostly about people behaving badly at work, so the fact situations underlying the cases I read are often all too human in nature.  Consider the case of Winnie, who was fighting with her common-law husband about money. She wasn’t convinced he was actually paying…

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