Practice Management

Canada Post Advisory

Canada Post is dealing with unprecedented volumes and customers can expect delays, particularly with parcel delivery, but also with Xpress Post and regular mail. If you are facing a legal requirement for timely delivery of documents, you should speak directly with your postal outlet about the best way to ensure they arrive on time.

Simpler tax rules for home office deductions

A temporary flat rate method will let employees claim as much as $400 without having to provide receipts or a form from their employer. Read more.


As the pandemic drags on, can the key players in the legal sector learn to work together to implement lasting and meaningful reforms? Listen now.

Lead or follow, but get out of the way

Courts will always be necessary and have a rightful place at the centre of our system of justice, but if the fallout from COVID-19 has taught us anything, it’s that we need to find a way to need courts less. Read more.

Pandemics and the workplace: A resource for lawyers

The CBA’s Employment and Labour Law Section guide, Pandemics and the Workplace, is your go-to resource for lawyers of employers, unions and employees. This resource compiles laws, cases and best practices for various workplace settings.

The webinar, Pandemic Preparedness: A Lawyer’s Guide for Institutions, Employers, Employees and Public Health, was recorded December 3, 2014. The webinar is free to CBA members and for a fee to non-members.

Podcast: Pandemics in the workplace

The CBA has a new podcast, "Pandemics in the workplace: Are you prepared?", available free to the public.

Podcast: Pandemic Preparedness

A webinar on “Pandemic Preparedness” was held on Dec. 3 2014. The recording is available free to CBA members and for purchase by non members.