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|Lawson Lundell LLP welcomes Michael Wolpert to our Pension and Employee Benefits Team in our Calgary office
Michael’s expertise lies in the areas of Pension, Employee Benefits and Executive Compensation.
|Labour & Employment Law Bulletin: WorksafeBC Approves Workplace Anti-Bullying and Harassment Policies
On April 24, 2013, WorkSafeBC announced the approval of new Occupational Health and Safety Workplace Bullying and Harassment Policies, which come into effect on November 1, 2013.
Policy D3011502, titled Employer Duties – Workplace Bullying and Harassment, sets out minimum requirements for employers to satisfy their obligation to take all reasonable steps to ensure the health and safety of workers and their obligation to inform, instruct, train and supervise workers to ensure their safety and those of other workers (sections 115(1)(a) and 115(1)(c) of the Workers Compensation Act).
|Mining report: PDAC's appeal to B.C.-based mining firms
Khaled Abdel-Barrr's article, "Mining report: PDAC's appeal to B.C.-based mining firms" discusses the opportunities offered at the Prospectors and Developers Association of Canada (PDAC) conference and trade show.
|National Post Ranks Lawson Lundell as Top 10 Canadian Law Firm
Lawson Lundell has been named by Chambers Global, an independent third party legal services guide, in eight practice categories: Aboriginal; Dispute Resolution in British Columbia; Employment and Labour; Energy; Environmental; Mining; Pensions and Benefits; and Real Estate.
|Lawson Lundell Recognized in Chambers Global 2013
Chambers Global 2013 recognizes 13 Lawson Lundell lawyers in nine practice areas including: Aboriginal Law, Environment, Mining and Projects Mining: Leading Canadian Firms (Latin America-wide), Pension & Benefits, Energy: Power (Regulatory), Employment & Labour, Real Estate and Dispute Resolution.
|Mining Report: Alliances set stage for the future
The article, "Mining report: Alliances set stage for the future", discusses alternative ways exploration companies can raise capital.
|B.C.’s New Family Law Act and Division of Pension Rules Now in Force
This bulletin highlights the major changes to pension division under the new Family Law Act.
|Women's Day Brings Legal Rights in Workplace Closer to Home
Ritu Mahil's article, "Women's day brings legal rights in workplace closer to home", discusses two recent rulings that provide some clarity on how "family status" is interpreted in court.
|The Reemergence of Strategic Alliances in Mineral Exploration
Khaled Abdel-Barr's article, "The Reemergence of Strategic Alliances in Mineral Exploration", discusses the use of strategic alliances for mineral exploration purposes.
|Insolvency and Restructuring Bulletin: SCC Releases its Decision in Sun Indalex Finance, LLC v. United Steelworkers
In a much anticipated decision released February 1, 2013, the Supreme Court of Canada set aside the Ontario Court of Appeal’s ruling in Sun Indalex Finance, LLC v. United Steelworkers. In so doing, the majority of the SCC upheld an order granting priority to charges created in Companies’ Creditors Arrangement Act proceedings over claims for wind-up funding deficiencies in an insolvent company’s pension plans.
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