On November 21, Professor David Doorey, Director of the Osgoode Hall Law School’s specialist LLM in Labour…
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What Could Biden’s Labor Secretary Do?
Written by Barry Eidlin, McGill University With Joe Biden now declared the victor of the 2020…
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Dispatches from Canada on the Big California Uber Decision
Written by David Doorey, York University Yesterday, the California Court of Appeal upheld an injunction against…
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Do Ontario’s Collective Bargaining Laws Protect Migrant Worker Dismissed for Raising Collective Workplace Concerns?
Written by David Doorey In a complaint being litigated this week at the Ontario Labour Relations…
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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…