Month: June 2016

Employer’s Contract Breach renders Non-Competition Clause Unenforceable against former employee

A recent decision of the BC Supreme Court is a good reminder that employers that wish to rely on non-competition or non-solicitation clauses in their contracts with former employees should comply with other aspects of the contract or risk the clauses being held unenforceable. In P.R.I.S.M. v. Kramchynski, 2016 BCSC 883, the employer, by failing […]  Read more

Ontario Nurse Suspended for Privacy Breach

A recent decision from Ontario has highlighted the serious nature of privacy breaches and the need for employers to be vigilant about their employees’ access to personal and sensitive information.   The College of Nurses of Ontario recently ruled that a nurse charged under Ontario’s Personal Health Information Protection Act (PHIPA) committed professional misconduct by […]  Read more


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