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As we have outlined in Part 1 and Part 2 of our blog series, ‘Returning the Workplace to Safe Operation’, employers have a duty to reduce the risk of COVID-19 in the workplace as much as reasonably practical. Consequently, employers may determine it is appropriate to conduct certain active screening, such as questionnaires, temperature screening, and testing ...

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Whether you are looking for reasons to celebrate something with your employees, Data Privacy Day on January 28 is a good excuse.

It is well recognized that employees are a leading cause of data breaches.  It often occurs as a relatively innocent email sent to the wrong address, or an email with the wrong attachment.  It could be a lost or stolen USB storage device or laptop without ...

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Lawson Lundell LLP is pleased to welcome Ryan Berger, a distinguished employment and privacy lawyer, as a partner based in Lawson Lundell’s Vancouver office.

Ryan has practiced commercial and employment litigation for over 19 years, with a growing emphasis on data, privacy and business confidentiality issues. He has significant experience advising employers in a ...

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