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Roper Greyell LLP – Employment and Labour Lawyers
In Zigomanis v. 2156775 Ontario Inc. (D'Angelo Brands), 2018 ONCA 116, the Ontario Court of Appeal upheld a lower court decision that a professional hockey player's nude selfies
Stringer LLP
Grievance arbitration is intended to be an efficient and cost-effective means to resolve workplace disputes without resort to costly litigation in the courts. When an arbitrator issues an award
Stikeman Elliott LLP
Trois membres de notre groupe Emploi et travail ont rédigé dernièrement l'article intitulé Employment & Labor in Canada - Quebec
Langlois lawyers, LLP
In its decision in Association professionnelle des ingénieurs du Gouvernement du Québec v. Procureure générale du Québec1 rendered on July 4, 2019, the Quebec Court of Appeal overturned a judgment of the Superior Court...
Fasken
Confidentiality is a key benefit of most settlement agreements. What happens if an employee boasts online about the details of a settlement?
Fasken
Major changes to the Canada Labour Code are coming into force on September 1, 2019.
Fasken
In a recent decision, Ontario's Divisional Court found that Rouge River Farms Inc.'s employees are exempt from the overtime provisions of the Employment Standards Act, 2000.
Fasken
Further, even if an employee has started litigation against an employer, it is not too late to offer the employee his or her job back.
Bennett Jones LLP
As well, consultations will continue on pay equity, pay transparency, protection of wages where the employer is bankrupt, sexual harassment
Littler Mendelson
Recent case law on the distinction between an employee and independent contractor for wrongful dismissal purposes would suggest that even if the court does not find the individual to be an employee, it might nonetheless...
Littler Mendelson
When are non-competition and non-solicitation clauses enforceable in Canada? A recent Ontario decision examined these clauses in the context of an employment agreement.
MLT Aikins LLP
Protections against discrimination are enshrined in federal and provincial human rights legislation across the country.
Miller Thomson LLP
On May 29, 2019, we provided an overview of Bill 2: An Act to Make Alberta Open for Business, which was introduced by the United Conservative Party in Alberta shortly after the party came into power earlier this year.
Miller Thomson LLP
The Court of Appeal for Ontario recently overturned a lower court summary judgment decision awarding 30 months' notice to a long-service employee whose employment was terminated without cause.
McMillan LLP
Federally regulated employers should be advised that many of the federal government's sweeping changes to the Canada Labour Code
McCarthy Tétrault LLP
A torrent of amendments to the Canada Labour Code (the "Code") will come into force on September 1, 2019, on the eve of the October 21st federal election.
Miller Thomson LLP
Recent Changes to Remedial Certification in Ontario.
CCPartners
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...
Cassels Brock
The Ontario Superior Court's recent decision in McGuinty v. 1845035 Ontario Inc. o/a McGuinty Funeral Home, in which the Court awarded nine years
Stikeman Elliott LLP
La Cour d'appel de l'Alberta précise que le délai de prescription d'une poursuite civile pour atteinte à la vie privée ne commence à courir qu'à l'expiration du délai d'appel de l'ordonnance de l'OIPC
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Blaney McMurtry LLP
In Dermann v. Baker, 2019 ONCA 584, the Court considered the qualifying of certain witnesses as experts for the purposes of r. 53.03 of the Rules of Civil Procedure
Crawley Mackewn Brush LLP
This article provides key Program updates that have occurred since February 2018 and our views on the potential challenges faced by the Program in evaluating its success.
CCPartners
Employers are well aware of the significant obligation imposed by the duty to accommodate under the Ontario Human Rights Code
Blaney McMurtry LLP
Following are the summaries for this week's civil decisions of the Court of Appeal for Ontario.
Filion Wakely Thorup Angeletti LLP
On 1 May 2019, the Regulation to amend the Regulation respecting labour standards came into force in Québec.
Cassels Brock
In February of this year, we warned employers about the potential implications of the Ontario Superior Court of Justice's rather alarming decision in Dawe v. Equitable Insurance Company of Canada.
Crowe MacKay LLP
In celebration of International Women's Day, we want to highlight, with the most passion and appreciation, the women of Crowe MacKay and the hurdles they've overcome in life, academia, and in ‘climbing the ladder.'
Norton Rose Fulbright Canada LLP
He had worked on a hydro project that involved safety sensitive work.
Lawson Lundell LLP
An Ontario court recently confirmed that an employee's desire to return to work does not on its own trigger a duty to accommodate
Roper Greyell LLP – Employment and Labour Lawyers
The past few years have seen a wave of Canadian court awards involving significant reasonable notice periods for short service employees, and the recent B.C. case of Greenlees v. Starline Windows Ltd
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