This blog is authored by members of BLG's Oil and Gas Focus Group. We follow new and interesting legal issues as they emerge in the energy area. The wide range of direct and extensive energy experience held by our contributors lends itself to a diverse and insightful examination of current legal trends and topics. Our experience not only provides a source of valuable information and insight, but also assists in finding solutions to legal issues that arise in this dynamic and rapidly evolving area.
Topics posted in February 2017 include:
- Potential Changes to NAFTA could have Significant Impacts on Obtaining Canadian Work Permits
- Newfoundland Court Determines an Employer was not Justified in Terminating the Employment of an Offshore Worker found to be in Possession of Marijuana
- Cybersecurity Update
- What Are the Implications for Boards of Directors in Light of the Redwater Decision?
- Alberta Court of Queen's Bench Confirms the Scope of Procedural Fairness and Evidence to Trigger Alberta Crown's Duty to Consult in Resource Development Applications
- Alberta Utilities Commission Rules on the Scope of Evidence required by First Nations and Métis on Notice of Constitutional Question and the AUC's Jurisdiction to assess Crown Consultation
- Borden Ladner Gervais LLP's Partnership with the Faculty of Law at the University of Alberta — 2016 Report
- The Alberta Energy Regulator Prescribes the 2017/18 Orphan Fund Levy and Accepts New Information that Improves LLR Calculation
- Boxing-in Bhasin: Alberta Court of Appeal Confirms No Common Law Duty To Reasonably Exercise Discretionary Contractual Powers
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