McLennan Ross LLP
A Partnership including Professional Corporations
Size of Organization: 80Web Site: http://www.mross.com
Fax: 780-482-9100; 780-482-9101; 780-482-9102
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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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Receipt of Pension Benefits does not Reduce Damages for Wrongful Dismissal
Michelle S. Thériault, January 3, 2014
On Friday December 13, 2013, the Supreme Court of Canada released its decision in IBM Canada Limited v. Waterman, relating to whether damages awarded to an employee for wrongful dismissal should be reduced if the employee receives pension benefits as a result of the dismissal. The majority of the...
A Note for Individuals with Property in the U.S.
Karen A. Platten, December 17, 2013
June 30, 2014 will mark a new era in Canada - US sharing of information on movement of individuals between the two countries. The result for Canadians with homes in the US is that they must be even more vigilant about counting the days they spend in the US to ensure that they do not exceed the 180...
B.C. Court Of Appeal Stays Away From the Physician-Assisted Suicide Debate
Jonathan P. Rossall, December 17, 2013
In a 2-1 decision, British Columbia’s highest court recently upheld the federal ban on physician-assisted suicide. The ruling overturned the June, 2012 B.C. Supreme Court decision in Taylor and Carter et al. v. A.G. of Canada which struck down 241(b) of the Criminal Code prohibiting assisting...