With cross-border teleworking now more common than ever, teleworkers abroad need be aware of the precariousness of their agreements with their employers. Such arrangements are often poorly protected and teleworkers recourse to justice can be iimited. This video looks at the gaps and contradictions in these arrangements as well as the private international law that applies.
Students from the Civil Law Section of the University of Ottawa’s Faculty of Law explore the clash between freedom of expression and the right to dignity in the context of the high-profile Ward v. Quebec decision. They meet with Ghislain Otis, a specialist in constitutional law and human rights, and Montreal-area comedian David Iarusso to discuss this captivating legal and social debate.