Monday’s Mix

Each Monday we present brief excerpts of recent posts from five of Canada’s award­-winning legal blogs chosen at random* from more than 80 recent Clawbie winners. In this way we hope to promote their work, with their permission, to as wide an audience as possible.

This week the randomly selected blogs are 1. Ontario Condo Law Blog 2. Canadian Class Actions Monitor 3. Global Workplace Insider 4. Eva Chan 5. Le Blogue du CRL

Ontario Condo Law Blog
Suggested new year’s resolutions for the new Condo Authority

It’s customary in late December to ponder resolutions for the coming year, especially for the young and idealistic. We’re neither, but we offer the following 7 suggested resolutions for the new Condominium Authority of Ontario. CAO launched only four months ago as the tip of the first big batch of major condo law regulatory changes in over 15 years and aims to be the go-to condo resource. …

Canadian Class Actions Monitor
Federal Court confirms no cost awards granted against Plaintiffs for discontinuance of class proceedings under Rule 334.39(1)

In the recent decision of Dennis v Canada, the Federal Court upheld the principle of the “no-costs” approach for plaintiffs who wish to discontinue an action under Rule 334.39(1) of the Federal Court Rules (the “Rules). …

Global Workplace Insider
New Version 7.0 of Ontario Employment Standards Poster Now Available

The Ontario Employment Standards Act, 2000 (the “ESA”) is a key employment law statute setting certain minimum terms and conditions of employment applicable to most employees in Ontario. …

Eva Chan
Time to Get Personal on Social Media

Are you revealing something personal about yourself on social media? Doing so could make you more memorable. That personal reference may be something that differentiates you from others, or captures someone’s interest to continue looking at your profile and maybe…

Le Blogue du CRL
BYE BYE 2017!

C’est devenu une tradition. Le 31 décembre, sur le Blogue du CRL, on ne gigue pas. On ne mange pas d’atocas. Nous, juristes puristes, célébrons la fin d’année en lisant de la jurisprudence. Beaucoup de jurisprudence. Beaucoup, beaucoup de jurisprudence. Et nous vous résumons partiellement l’état de la connaissance d’office au courant de l’année qui a précédé. C’est notre manière à nous de dire bye bye à 2017. De véritables bêtes de party, quoi. …


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