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Gowling WLG
The historic Supreme Court hearing and judgment on the proroguing of Parliament was hands down the case of the month.
Borden Ladner Gervais LLP
Recently an interesting summary judgment decision on a wrongful dismissal case was released in Alberta. In Belanger v. Western Ventilation Products Ltd. (Belanger), 2019 ABQB 571
Borden Ladner Gervais LLP
Imagine being told that you owe someone nine years' salary and benefits. And that person had no duty to mitigate their damages. And that effectively means you owe that person more than $1 million.
Siskinds LLP
"Privity of contract" is a common law tradition. The rights and obligations imposed by contracts are private – strangers to the contract generally have no entitlement to enforce such rights
Roper Greyell LLP – Employment and Labour Lawyers
Reza Baraty alleged he was constructively dismissed from his position with Wellons Canada Corp. ("Wellons"). He considered: (1) his position to have been eroded...
McLennan Ross LLP
Workers' Compensation is a government-run, mandatory no-fault insurance program that provides compensation to injured workers without regard to fault or the employer's ability to pay.
Strigberger Brown Armstrong LLP
When it comes to resignations, the facts matter and the decision of Nagpal v. IBM certainly proves it.
Filion Wakely Thorup Angeletti LLP
In the recent case of Andros v. Colliers Macaulay Nicolls Inc., the Ontario Court of Appeal held that a termination clause was unenforceable
Blaney McMurtry LLP
Since frustration of employment routinely arises as an issue in LTD mediations, the following case may be of interest
Torys LLP
On August 30, the Ontario Court of Appeal affirmed a lower court's decision on the extent an employer can rely on a failsafe provision in a termination clause
DLA Piper
In Dalskog v. Crowsnest Pass Ecomuseum Trust Society, 2019 CarswellAlta 255 the Alberta Provincial Court held that if an employer was aware of an employee's limitations
DLA Piper
It is no surprise that the workplace is not immune to the changes seen in the transition from one generation to the next.
Siskinds LLP
So you have a problem employee that you want to terminate. Your employment lawyer reminds you that you would owe nothing to the employee in a "for cause" termination
McMillan LLP
Ontario's Superior Court of Justice has issued a stark reminder of the perils of fixed-term employment contracts. In McGuinty v. 1845035 Ontario Inc. (McGuinty Funeral Home),
Cassels Brock
More often than not, a resignation letter from a valued employee will be as welcomed by employers and human resources professionals alike as a skunk at a company picnic.
Field LLP
In Belanger v Western Ventilation Products Ltd, 2019 ABQB 571, a Master of the Alberta Court of Queen's Bench found that an employee who became disabled after his notice of termination
Lawson Lundell LLP
The Ontario Court of Appeal in Dawe v. The Equitable Life Insurance Company of Canada, 2019 ONCA 512 ("Dawe") confirmed that 24 months constitutes ...
CCPartners
CCPartners has blogged on a number of court decisions over the last five years that have dealt with the enforceability of termination clauses
Vey Willetts LLP
People quit their jobs at various times and for various reasons. Often, when a worker quits his/her job they provide their employer with a written letter
McCarthy Tétrault LLP
In Mikelsteins v Morrison Hershfield Limited[1], the Ontario Court of Appeal held that an employee was not entitled to compensation over his common law notice period in connection
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Cassels Brock
More often than not, a resignation letter from a valued employee will be as welcomed by employers and human resources professionals alike as a skunk at a company picnic.
CCPartners
CCPartners has blogged on a number of court decisions over the last five years that have dealt with the enforceability of termination clauses
DLA Piper
It is no surprise that the workplace is not immune to the changes seen in the transition from one generation to the next.
Filion Wakely Thorup Angeletti LLP
In the recent case of Andros v. Colliers Macaulay Nicolls Inc., the Ontario Court of Appeal held that a termination clause was unenforceable
Blaney McMurtry LLP
Since frustration of employment routinely arises as an issue in LTD mediations, the following case may be of interest
McMillan LLP
Ontario's Superior Court of Justice has issued a stark reminder of the perils of fixed-term employment contracts. In McGuinty v. 1845035 Ontario Inc. (McGuinty Funeral Home),
Strigberger Brown Armstrong LLP
When it comes to resignations, the facts matter and the decision of Nagpal v. IBM certainly proves it.
DLA Piper
In Dalskog v. Crowsnest Pass Ecomuseum Trust Society, 2019 CarswellAlta 255 the Alberta Provincial Court held that if an employer was aware of an employee's limitations
McLennan Ross LLP
Workers' Compensation is a government-run, mandatory no-fault insurance program that provides compensation to injured workers without regard to fault or the employer's ability to pay.
Roper Greyell LLP – Employment and Labour Lawyers
Reza Baraty alleged he was constructively dismissed from his position with Wellons Canada Corp. ("Wellons"). He considered: (1) his position to have been eroded...
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