Hicks Morley Introduces Case Law Blog
Date: October 19, 2012
Hicks Morley is pleased to announce the launch of Case In Point, a blog designed to provide human resources professionals with timely information about interesting case law developments in a range of employment-related areas. In this FTR Now, we highlight the features of this new service.
In 2010, Hicks Morley launched Human Resources Legislative Update, a blog focused on providing clients with updates on the progress of Ontario and federal legislation, proposed legislation and legislative reform and regulatory initiatives impacting human resources in a wide range of areas.
Our new Case In Point service builds on this initiative.
ABOUT THE CASE IN POINT BLOG
Hicks Morley’s Case In Point tracks a broad range of provincial and federal decisions, including those of administrative tribunals, such as the Human Rights Tribunal of Ontario and individual labour arbitrators, as well as decisions of interest from all levels of court in jurisdictions across Canada. Topics include:
- Administrative Law
- Constitutional Law
- Education Law
- Employment Law
- Health and Safety
- Human Rights
- Information and Privacy
- Labour Relations
- Minimum Standards
- Pension and Benefits
WHO PUBLISHES THE BLOG?
Content on the Case In Point blog is published by Hicks Morley lawyers.
DOES THE BLOG REPLACE FTR NOW?
The content featured on the blog is designed to complement our existing publications and resources.
HOW DO I KNOW WHEN NEW CONTENT HAS BEEN PUBLISHED ON THE BLOG?
You may subscribe to the Case In Point blog by e-mail or RSS feed, or simply refresh the link in your browser to check the blog at your convenience.
Blog posts can also be accessed from the Resource Centre on our website which lists the titles and links to the most recent posts.
HOW DO I SIGN UP FOR E-MAIL NOTIFICATION OF POSTS OR THE RSS FEED?
To sign up for email notifications, type your email into the text box found in the right-hand navigation column under the “Stay Connected” title and click “Go.”
To subscribe to the RSS feed, click on “Subscribe to this blog via RSS” underneath “Stay Connected” in the right-hand navigation column.
WHO DO I CONTACT FOR MORE INFORMATION ABOUT THE BLOG?
The articles in this Client Update provide general information and should not be relied on as legal advice or opinion. This publication is copyrighted by Hicks Morley Hamilton Stewart Storie LLP and may not be photocopied or reproduced in any form, in whole or in part, without the express permission of Hicks Morley Hamilton Stewart Storie LLP. ©