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NON-COMPETITION CLAUSES IN EMPLOYMENT LAW: WILL THEY STAY OR WILL THEY GO? Non-competition clauses were once here to stay. However, thanks to changes in the law, they may now be here to go.
PRIVACY IMPACT ASSESSMENTS – FOR PRIVATE SECTOR BUSINESSES Being more privacy cognizant as a private sector corporation has been proven to be fruitful and increase the likelihood for success of your business.
CONDOMINIUM AUTHORITY TRIBUNAL EXPANSION: HOW WILL IT AFFECT DIRECTORS? Whether the matter concerns unreasonable requests, difficult tenants, or condominium records, we are well equipped to defend your interests and provide results.
TAMIL HERITAGE MONTH – CHAND & CO. INITIATIVE 10 years after the passing of Bill 111, Tamil Heritage Month Act in the Ontario Legislature, it is still evident that Tamil Canadians have overcome tremendous obstacles and have made significant contributions to the growth and prosperity of Ontario.
CHAND & CO. ANNOUNCEMENT Chand & Co. is thrilled to announce that our first annual Holiday Toy Drive was a monumental success.
CHAND & CO. SALVATION ARMY TOY DRIVE Starting this Monday December 6, 2021, Chand & Co. is holding a toy drive to help support local families over the holidays through the annual Salvation Army Toy Drive.
THE LAWYERS AT CHAND & CO. ARE PLEASED TO ANNOUNCE THE WITHDRAWAL OF ALL CHARGES The lawyers at Chand & Co. are pleased to announce the withdrawal of all charges laid by the Ministry of Government and Consumer Services against Utilebill Credit Corporation (“UCC”) under the Consumer Protection Act.
CHAND & CO. TO SPONSOR THE MEADOWVALE MINOR HOCKEY ASSOCIATION Chand & Co. is excited to announce that we will be a proud sponsor of the Meadowvale Minor Hockey Association. Chand & Co. is proud to connect with our community and assist in providing a positive environment to promote teamwork, sportsmanship and healthy competition.
BUILDER CODE OF ETHICS On July 1, 2021, the provincial government introduced O. Reg. 245/21: Code of Ethics and Discipline and Appeals Committee (the “Code of Ethics”) made under the New Home Construction Licensing Act (the “Act”). The Code of Ethics not only establishes standards expected of registered builders, but also disciplinary mechanisms to enforce compliance with these standards.