Selecting Candidates – Medical Aspects and Detection Tests

Employers have always sought to implement a selection process for hiring the best candidates for their organizations. This crucial step allows employers to ensure the reliability and physical and mental capabilities of potential employees, who will hopefully provide them with diligent and reliable services, one of the rare obligations incumbent on workers in labour relations matters.

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Corporate Mergers and Hypothecs: Lenders Beware!

When financing a business, a lender will want to minimize its exposure to risk by weighing a multitude of factors. In particular it will want to ensure that the borrower continues to respect certain financial ratios and provides it with sufficient security, often in the form of movable hypothecs on the borrower’s present and future property.

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Dismissal at the Interlocutory Stage: the Window Remains Small

In its decision in 9324-0422 Québec Inc. v. Gestion Paul Daigle Inc., 2017 QCCA 242, the Quebec Court of Appeal has reminded us that caution is in order when it comes to ruling on motions to dismiss at the interlocutory stage, even where a precedent would appear to predetermine the outcome of the proceeding.

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