Construction project manager receives prison time for Toronto scaffold deaths under health and safety criminal negligence in the Criminal Code..
Archives for January 2016
In the aftermath of the abuse scandals at Catholic schools and churches the charity world learned much about how creditors could seize control of a charity’s assets. As a result many organizations began studying methods to protect charitable assets in case of an unsuccessfully defended lawsuit against them. Lawyers though know that the lessons of the past have not sunk in at many charities and now there is a very public example that comes from the failure to learn from history.
Employee salaries and benefits can be some of the greatest costs borne by a business. As a result, when a company faces financial hardship, they will often terminate positions to reduce their costs. However, many employers may not realize that the obligation to provide reasonable notice of termination could negate any short-term cost savings they hoped to realize.