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Will There Be a Strike at York?
Written by David Doorey, York University It may be flying under the media radar, but full-time…
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Reforming Non-Compete Law: A Cross Border Perspective
I recently co-authored a piece with Professor Rachel Arnow-Richman of University of Florida Law that considered…
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The Problem With Ontario’s Proposed Gig Worker Law Exposed
Written by David Doorey, York University As the Ontario government prepared to announce a new “gig”…
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Can Human Rights Law Help Workers Fired for Supporting the Ottawa Insurrection?
Written by David Doorey, York University Last week, I considered the possibility that conservative governments in…