Needed guidance from the Court of Appeal on the question of the quasi-constitutional protection of parental status in Québec

April 5, 2024

In this matter, the Canadian Union of Public Employees (the “Union”), which represents bus drivers and related services employees employed by the Réseau de transport de Longueuil (the “Employer”), alleged, through a group grievance, that a provision of the collective agreement concerning the granting of attendance credits discriminated against employees who had taken maternity leave, paternity leave or parental leave.

Bug in the Bot: Businesses’ Liability for False or Misleading Representations by Their Chatbots – A Québec Perspective (Part I)

March 27, 2024

Do you use chatbots to provide services to your customers or employees? Or are you thinking about implementing one? If so, you have come to the right place. In this multi-part series, we explore the key legal considerations of setting up and maintaining a chatbot. Up first: our commentary of a recent decision in British Columbia and what it means for businesses in Québec.

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