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Ontario Court Of Appeal Confirms No Tort Of Harassment… Yet
On March 18, 2019, the Ontario Court of Appeal ruled in Merrifield v Canada (Attorney General) that a new, freestanding tort of harassment should not be created (at least, not yet).
Canada
9 Apr 2019
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Supreme Court Of Canada: Paid "Administrative" Employee Suspension Amounts To Constructive Dismissal
In a recent ruling, the Supreme Court of Canada (SCC) has clarified whether and in what circumstances a non-unionized employee who is suspended with pay may claim constructive dismissal.
Canada
10 Apr 2015
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Wrongful Dismissal Damages For Loss Of Pension Benefits
Where an employee’s employment has been terminated and he or she has received damages in lieu of notice, is he or she entitled to accrue pension benefits during the notice period? A recent Ontario case examined the law in this area and determined that absent specific limiting language in the plan document.
Canada
2 Nov 2006
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Applicability of Trust Law Principles to Pension Plans
A recent Supreme Court of Canada case has determined that not all trust law principles should be applied to modern day pension plans that are funded through a trust. The old common law rule in Saunders v. Vautier will not normally apply to pension trusts.
Canada
10 Aug 2006
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Employee Communications – No Duty to Disclose Pension Plan Changes That Are Under Consideration, But Not Finalized
A plan administrator must ensure that all communications, of any nature, made to plan members regarding the pension plan are accurate, up-to-date and clear. However, recent case law makes it clear that there is no duty to warn members of potential plan changes that are under consideration.
Canada
28 Jun 2006
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Pensions Law - Kerry Case Considers Key Pension Issues
Has your pension plan changed from a defined benefit to a defined contribution formula? If so, a recent Ontario case may be of considerable interest to you with respect to your funding practices.
Canada
10 May 2006
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