Written by David Doorey, York University Yesterday, the Ontario government dropped a final report of the…
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Uber and Lyft Suspended a Labour Activist from the App. Is this Lawful?
By David Doorey, York University A gig worker, let’s call her Jane, who also happens to…
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Ontario’s Bill 27: One Good Law, One Vacuous Law, and One Missing Law
By David Doorey, York University The Ontario government introduced Bill 27 this week, which it cutely…
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Banning Orders: Should Persistent Labour Standards Violators Be Denied the Right to Run a Business?
Written by David Doorey, York University I’m intrigued by a New Zealand law, introduced in 2016,…
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Real Pleadings: Has Uber Created a New Service to Avoid Unionization?
Thanks for labour lawyers Brendan McCutchen and Michael Wright of the law firm Wright Henry in…