The January 28, 2020 issue of Labour Notes® features an article authored by Hicks Morley lawyer Nadine Zacks. This article explores one of the complications within the Canada Labor Code and the recent resolution of the Supreme Court that gives a clear parameter to employers as far they are legally responsible in relation to work locations and gives an overturn to the decision of the Federal Court that imposed unmanageable and impractical obligations.

An article by Hicks Morley’s Nadine Zacks was published in the August 8, 2012 edition of Benefits Canada. In the article entitled, “Benefits laws for independent contractors,” Nadine discusses the distinction between an independent contractor and an employee and the various factors the courts will consider in making this determination. View Article

Hicks Morley’s Nadine Zacks was quoted in the July 26, 2012 edition of OHS Insider. In an article entitled, “Nadine Zacks Discusses Blue Mountain & Incident Reporting in Ontario,” Nadine explains the significance of the Blue Mountain decision for employers in Ontario. She indicates that this case effectively changes the incident reporting requirements. View Article

Hicks Morley’s Nadine Zacks was interviewed on Ontario Morning from CBC Radio on June 15, 2012, regarding the requirements of reporting workplace injuries. Nadine comments on a recent court decision that states the Ministry of Labour must be informed when anyone at a workplace — workers and guests — sustains a critical injury or dies….

An article by Hicks Morley’s Nadine Zacks was published in the May 22, 2012 edition of Small Biz Advisor. In the article entitled, “Benefits for independent contractors: a legal perspective,” Nadine discusses the distinction between an independent contractor and an employee and the various factors the courts will consider in making this determination. View Article

Hicks Morley’s Nadine Zacks was quoted in the June 13, 2011 edition of Law Times in an article entitled “Safety Ruling Turns Heads.” In the article, Nadine comments on the Divisional Court’s recent decision that will require employers to report a critical injury or fatality suffered by a non-worker in the “workplace” to the Ministry…