Gary S. Rosen

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4 week curfew ordered in Québec

On January 6, Premier Legault announced that beginning on Saturday, January 9, Quebec would be imposing more restrictive measures to curb the community spread of COVID-19. The new measures were described as an “electro-shock” to the Quebec population. The curfew...

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Important changes to the suspension of all “non-essential” activities ordered by the Quebec government

On March 23, 2020, the Government of Quebec announced that all Quebec businesses that provide services and carry out “non-essential” activities will be required to suspend their activities from March 25, 2020, at 00:01 a.m. until April 13, 2020. Following...

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Gary Rosen and Lisen Bassett quoted in The Lawyer’s Daily

The Lawyer's Daily

Program can minimize business interruptions like COVID-19, rail strike Businesses across Canada are still feeling the effects of the recent CN rail blockades that continue to cause delays in the movement of goods. Moreover, the impact of COVID-19 (coronavirus) has...

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Is your business feeling the effects of Coronavirus and rail blockades? There’s a government program for that

The reverberations of the recent CN railway blockades, which have caused delays in the movement of goods, as well as the impacts of the Coronavirus on the importation of goods from Asia, are being felt by businesses across Canada. If...

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Adoption of Bill no 176: An Act to amend the Act respecting labour standards and other legislative provisions mainly to facilitate family-work balance

On March 20, the Quebec Minister of Labour introduced Bill 176 (the “Bill”), amending the Act respecting Labour Standards (the “LSA”). The Bill proposed sweeping changes to the LSA. The Committee on Labour and the Economy of the National Assembly...

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Proposed Changes to the Quebec Act respecting Labour Standards: What Employers Need to Know

On March 20, the Quebec Minister of Labour introduced Bill 176, amending the Act respecting Labour Standards (the “LSA”). The Bill proposes sweeping changes to the LSA in the following areas. 1. Personnel placement agencies and recruitment agencies for temporary...

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