Written by Justine Wong, 3L, University of Ottawa Law The Ontario Labour Relations Board (OLRB) recently…
COVID-19Health and SafetyHealth CareStudent PostUnions and Collective BargainingWomen and Work
Calling the Shots: Is Mandatory COVID-19 Vaccination a Permissible Condition of Employment for Healthcare Workers?
Written by Justin Choy, 3L, Western Law Ontario is in Phase 1 of its distribution of…
Common Law of EmploymentNova ScotiaStudent PostSupreme Court of CanadaWrongful Dismissal
Matthews v. Ocean Nutrition, A SCC Primer: Can an employee claim a bonus that vests during a common law notice period?
Written by Kent Wakely, Osgoode Hall Law School, Class of 2020 The Supreme Court of Canada…
Comparative Work LawStrikes and LockoutsStudent PostTransnational LawUnions and Collective BargainingUnited States
Biden’s Agenda for American Workers: Closing Labor Law’s Loopholes with a Tease of More Radical Change
Written by Jonathan Levitan, 2L, Harvard Law School Joe Biden is officially the Democratic party’s nominee for…