Stay tuned for the latest legal news. Subscribe to our newsletter and publications.

Advanced search
  • Right to Privacy: Can the Employer conduct Surveillance?

    On October 3, the Court of Appeal of Quebec overturned an arbitral decision in which videotaped surveillance of an employee, suspected of activities incompatible with her alleged disability, would not be admitted into evidence. The majority of the appeal court judges concluded that the employer was (…)

    Read more
  • Social media: when the court declares the evidence inadmissible

    Social media sites, like Facebook, are inexhaustible sources of personal information which can constitute evidence in the context of employer-employee disputes. In matters related to evidence, the general rule is that any relevant evidence is admissible.1 Moreover, the courts have ruled that an (…)

    Read more