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Last week the Supreme Court of Canada delivered a ruling to clarify what has been an unsettled issue in employment law. In a wrongful termina...
On June 27, 2013 the Supreme Court of Canada refused to grant leave to appeal a decision by the Federal Court of Appeal which held that a couple ca...
On September 25, 2013, Bill-21 passed second reading in the Ontario Legislature. The Bill, known as An Act to amend the Employment Standards ...
One of the most useful tools in resolving any work-related legal dispute is a well-crafted settlement document. Naturally, an employer may be...
When an employer is facing tough financial times they may decide to implement temporary layoffs of some employees until the business can get back o...
One element of unionized employment which distinguishes it from typical individual employment is that the normal remedy for a union member who is u...
In the recent decision of Hinke v. Thermal Energy International Inc., 2012 ONCA 635 (2012 ONCA 635 (CanLII)) Ontario’s Court of Appeal reiter...
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