Canada: Brian Grosman On The Termination Of A Saskatchewan Professor
Last Updated: July 8 2014

Brian Grosman, Q.C., was interviewed on four radio stations on May 15, 2014, and on CTV relating to the termination of a Saskatchewan professor's employment and tenure at the University. Brian also has been interviewed on the Lang & O'Leary National television show on CBC on the subjects of:

Does tenure affect freedom of speech?

Can you fire a tenured professor?

Are there special considerations when firing older employees?

Now that mandatory retirement has ended in Ontario (2006), will we have a substantial geriatric contingent of university professors?

Other professionals?

How do institutions and corporations deal with a growing group of non-retired employees?

Levitt & Grosman LLP, under the leadership of Brian Grosman, Q.C., has developed strategies for both employers and employees who have to deal with growing older employment issues.

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