McLennan Ross LLP
A Partnership including Professional Corporations
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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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Sean D. Parker, May 14, 2015
On February 19, 2015, the Supreme Court of Canada declined to hear an appeal challenging a finding that settlement agreements reached through the Environmental Appeals Board's mediation process are privileged. In May 2014, the Alberta Court of Appeal issued its decision in Imperial Oil Limited v....
Go Directly To Jail. Do Not Pass Go. Pay $250,000
Steven A.A. Dollansky, May 14, 2015
An Ontario court has sentenced two corporate directors to jail time and fined the company $250,000 when a worker was killed after falling from an elevated platform tacked on to the forks of a forklift. The sentence comes despite the director's decision to plead guilty to the charges and the company...
Supreme Court Constitutionalizes Right to Strike
Vicki L. Giles, May 14, 2015
On Friday, The Supreme Court of Canada released its judgment in the case of Saskatchewan Federation of Labour v. Saskatchewan. Reversing decades of law, the Court found there is now a Constitutional right to strike in Canada. The Court determined that when a prohibition on striking amounts to a...