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Many employers want to prevent employees from pursuing their customers when or if the employee moves to a competitor. The bad news is that formaliz...
We have written before on the perils of (mis)using defined-term contracts. The issue we encounter in our practice most frequently is the repe...
The Ontario Court of Appeal has written a very short but potentially impactful decision with respect to the drafting of enforceable termination pro...
It is an unwritten and implied term of every employment contract that an employee owes a duty of fidelity and loyalty to their employer. Thi...
At CCP, we are big believers in the value of a well-written employment agreement to reduce liability at the point of a dismissal on a non-cause bas...
The Ontario Court of Appeal released a decision last week that serves as a stark reminder to employers of just how critical a properly worded emplo...
A clear written employment contract can be an invaluable tool for employers looking to ensure that their permanent employees are a good fit within ...
In Ontario the issue of employment status is analyzed by different criteria depending on the particular legislative context: for example, there are...
Many important decisions and legislative changes occurred in 2015. Over the course of the year, CCP blogged these developments – here is a re...
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