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By Kelsey Orth
In this space, you have seen numerous articles reporting on the latest decisions interpreting contracts of employment: employees challenging anything and everything in the effort to be awarded common-law reasonable notice...
By Jacob Love
In English v Manulife Financial Corporation, the Court of Appeal overturned the motion judge's finding (previously blogged on by CCPartners here)
By Angela Wiggins
Employers are well aware of the significant obligation imposed by the duty to accommodate under the Ontario Human Rights Code
By Susan Crawford
In the recent decision Swampillai v. Royal & Sun Alliance Insurance Company of Canada the Court of Appeal was asked to consider the issue of conscionability in circumstances where an employee signs a...
By Michael MacLellan
Employers have a responsibility to accommodate employees' family status obligations up to a point of undue hardship.
By Kelsey Orth
A welcome decision for employers recently came to light as the Ontario Divisional Court in Katz et al. v. Clarke, 2019 ONSC 2188 ruled that frustration of contract
By Angela Wiggins
The Ontario Government is currently on its summer recess, but just before taking the summer break Bill 124 was introduced on June 5, 2019.
By Susan Crawford
The issues of common law reasonable notice for long serving senior employees and bonus entitlement through that notice period can be thorny ones for employers
By Michael MacLellan
Practice Areas: Employment-Related Contract Drafting , Employment Litigation
By Kelsey Orth
We have all heard the story: the disgruntled former employee badmouthing the company he or she used to work for to anyone who will listen
By Cristina Tomaino
As our regular readers are likely well aware, unionized employers are held to a high threshold when asserting just cause termination.
By Angela Wiggins
Employers are increasingly aware of their obligations to investigate workplace sexual harassment and provide a workplace free of workplace sexual harassment.
By Susan Crawford
With smaller broader public sector employers like daycares and women's shelters already facing declining government funding, a recent Court decision overturning the Pay Equity
By Michael MacLellan
Once in a while I speak with a new client about their employment law obligations, and they inform me that they don't have any employees. They tell me that they only use independent contractors. My response is often along the lines of "Wanna bet?"
By Kelsey Orth
Today's workplace has an interesting dynamic when it comes to technology and employees: while employees generally want access to all the technology they can handle