News Mondaq Recognizes D&L Blogs as Most Popular in Canada in March and May 2015

Dale & Lessmann LLP blogs were awarded Mondaq's Most Popular Article in Canada awards for both March and May 2015. Every month Mondaq publishes hundreds of articles by contributing firms from over 80 countries around the world. Award winners beat off strong competition and Mondaq extends...

When Employees’ Wrongs are the Employer’s Responsibility
Canadian Law has long recognized that employers are, in certain circumstances, responsible for the wrongful actions of their employees.  Cases in which employers may be found vicariously liable can vary, below is a summary of the general principles governing an employer’s vicarious liability....
Some Travelers Will Need an Electronic Travel Authorization to Enter Canada as of March 15, 2016
Canada’s New Electronic Travel Authorization Program Launches August 1, 2015: Affected Foreign Nationals Require an eTA to Enter Canada as of March 15, 2016 Back in February 2015, Citizenship and Immigration Canada (CIC) announced an incoming Electronic Travel Authorization (eTA) program that...
Trade Associations and the Competition Act
It is important for all those involved in the operation of a trade association to be aware of competition law in Canada.  The Competition Act (the “Act”) is designed to create a competitive marketplace for Canadian businesses and consumers whereas the Competition Bureau (the “Bureau”) is an...