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Field Law 

Size of Organization: 125
Year Established: 1915
Main Office: Edmonton, Alberta
Web Site: http://www.fieldlaw.com

Telephone: 780-423-3003
Fax: 780-428-9329
Toll Free: 1-800-222-6479




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Field Law, has been serving clients since 1915. Its three offices, located in Edmonton, Calgary and Yellowknife service a broad spectrum of clients ranging from individuals, to owner-managed businesses, to institutions, to multinational corporations in a wide variety of industries.



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Alberta Court Determines APEGA’s Registration Examinations Are Not Discriminatory
James Casey,Jason Kully, March 23, 2016
In Association of Professional Engineers and Geoscientists of Alberta v. Mihaly, 2016 ABQB 61, Madam Justice J.M. Ross ruled that it is not discriminatory for the Association of Professional Engineers and Geoscientists of Alberta (“APEGA”) to require an internationally educated engineer...

Gender Identity and Gender Expression Are Now Prohibited Grounds of Discrimination Under The Alberta Human Rights Act
Christin Elawny, March 23, 2016
As of December 11, 2015, gender identity and gender expression are prohibited grounds of discrimination under the Alberta Human Rights Act. Under section 7 of the Act employers cannot refuse to employ or to continue to employ any person, or discriminate against any person with regard to employment...

The Regulator Knows Best: British Columbia Court of Appeal Upholds Bylaws Prohibiting Customer Incentive Programs
Jason Kully,Gregory Sim, March 23, 2016
In Sobeys West Inc. v. College of Pharmacists of British Columbia, 2016 BCCA 41, the British Columbia Court of Appeal determined that it was reasonable for the College of Pharmacists to prohibit pharmacists from using “customer incentive programs.”






 

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