In recent article in Canadian Lawyer Magazine, Green and Spiegel partner Stephen Green criticizes the new legislative amendments affecting the Temporary Foreign Worker Program and LMOs, arguing that they could impose a “big impediment to business”. For one thing, Green points out, the 2-year ban on LMO applications that may be imposed for non-compliance can flow through to a purchaser of a business, which can be risky for a company purchasing franchises, for example, that are particularly dependent on foreign labour. In addition, Green says, the new rules which permit inspections without a warrants go beyond the powers even the police have. In Green’s view, the government should take a more risk management approach to which companies it targets for inspection. View the full article in Canadian Lawyer Magazine here.