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The irony of irreparable harm

By Bruce Grist Conventional wisdom suggests that because a nonsolicitation clause is more likely than a noncompete clause to be enforced by a Canadian court, why bother including a noncompete clause in an employment agreement? The British Columbia Court of Appeal’s decision in Edward Jones v. Voldeng suggests that there is still value in including […]

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You Just Can’t Compete With a Good Noncompete

By Jaclyn McNamara and Marisa Victor Your employees have access to all kinds of sensitive company information. But what can you do if they leave and use that information to unfairly compete against your company? An Ontario court, in Corona Packaging Inc. v Singh, recently confirmed that you might be able to prevent that competition […]

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