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Courts consider whether alcohol mixes with employment in imputing income

Thursday, November 23, 2017 @ 9:57 AM | By David Frenkel

According to Conan O’Brien, scientists announced they have located the gene for alcoholism and that they found it at a party, talking way too loudly. Woody Allen declared that he himself was not a drinker and that his body would not tolerate spirits. In support of his claim, when he had two martinis on New Year’s Eve, he tried to hijack an elevator and fly it to Cuba.

In contrast to such a light-hearted approach, the Canadian courts take alcohol addiction much more seriously and refer...