The Library will be closed on Monday, September 3rd for Labour Day.
Lawyers may access the library between 10:00 a.m. and 5:00 p.m. by signing in at the security desk.
Regular hours resume on Tuesday, September 4th.
The August edition of Communiqué, the newsletter of the Law Society of Manitoba, has been released.
In this issue:
- President’s Report from new president, Kathy Bueti
- CEO Report from Kris Dangerfield
- An Explanation of Traditional Land Acknowledgements
- Upcoming CPD
- and more.
The Incorporated Council of Law Reporting for England and Wales
Here’s the Weekly Case Law Update for August 27, 2018.
If you are a member of the Law Society of Manitoba, and would like a copy of any of the decisions from the digest please contact the library and we will be happy to provide those for you.
Volume 21 No. 1, 2018 of the Canadian Labour & Employment Law Journal has arrived in the library.
Table of Contents
- A Legal Framework to Govern Online Political Expression by Public Servants by Amanda Clarke & Benjamin Piper
- Honda v. Keays – Employer Shield or Employee Sword? An Empirical Analysis by Bruce Curran
- Deepening the Delusion in the Regulation of Temporary Help Agency Employment by Timothy J. Bartkiw
- Management Consultants and the Employees of their Client Organizations: Towards a Model of Employee Protection by Pnina Alon-Shenker
Commentary on Cases, Legislation and Policy
- Unclear and Unconvincing: The Standard of Proof in Police Discipline Cases after Jacobs v. Ottawa (Police Service) by Patrick Simon
- Harper v. Lafarge: Summary Judgment and the Assessment of Reasonable Notice in Wrongful Dismissal Cases by Patrick Hart
The August 2018 edition, Update No. 87, has just been released.
In This Issue
- Solicitor Client Privilege Not a Sword to Pierce Informer Privilege: SCC
- Sentencing a Highly Individualized Process: SCC
- CSC Must Ensure Appropriateness of Indigenous Offender
- Policies and Programming: SCC
- On-Duty Theft Conviction and Sentence Divides Appeal Court: MBCA
- Allegations of Judicial Bias Should Not be Made Lightly: MBCA
- Absence of Aggravating Factors Not Mitigating: MBCA
- Trafficking Conviction Stands Despite Unlawful Search: MBCA
- Sextortion a Form of Sexual Violence: MBCA
- Other Court of Appeal Decisions
- Queen’s Bench Decisions
- Legislative Update
- Court Notices
- Recommended Reading
- Fall CPD