McLennan Ross LLP
A Partnership including Professional Corporations
Size of Organization: 95Web Site: http://www.mross.com
Telephone: 780-482-9200Telephone: 800-567-9200
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Featuring one of Western Canada's largest management side labour and employment law departments, a premier litigation group, and a solid team of corporate commercial securities professionals, McLennan Ross has a reputation for client service excellence and substantial experience and expertise in a number of practice areas.
McLennan Ross clients include businesses of all sizes, from virtually every sector of the economy, along with individuals, not-for-profit organizations and governments. These clients reside and conduct business throughout Alberta, Western Canada, the North and around the world.
Our success comes from the results we secure on behalf of our clients, and that continues to be the measure of our firm and our people.
For additional information please visit our website at www.mross.com.
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AUC Reviews the Need to Qualify Expert Witnesses
Marco M. Baldasaro, January 30, 2015
Citing section 20 of the Alberta Utilities Commission Act, as well as the Commission’s authority to determine the processes that best fit the nature of its proceedings, the Alberta Utilities Commission (the “Commission”) has recently announced its intention to review the necessity...
Accommodation of Religious Beliefs at School
Teresa R. Haykowsky,David D. Risling, January 30, 2015
Last week the media reported that York University Professor Paul Grayson refused a male student’s request to be separated from female classmates during a class activity for religious reasons. The student had been required, as part of his online course, to work in a face to face group activity.
Alberta Arbitration Board Rejects Random Drug & Alcohol Testing Policy
Steven A.A. Dollansky, January 30, 2015
An Alberta Arbitration Board has concluded in the Unifor, Local 707A v. Suncor Energy Inc (“Suncor”) policy grievance that Suncor’s random drug & alcohol policy imposed at its oil sands operations is an unreasonable exercise of the employer’s management rights.