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Employment Law In The AI Era: The Constructive Dismissal Problem
The July 2, 1978 issue of the New York Times was the final one the paper sent to print under the linotype process.
Canada
29 Jan 2019
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10 Key Differences Between Canadian And U.S. Employment Laws
An employer with operations in multiple jurisdictions is still required to meet local employment law standards, regardless of where its head office is located.
Canada
28 Aug 2018
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Applying Termination Clauses To Employment Agreements With "Failsafe" Provisions: Amberber v. IBM Canada Ltd.
The Ontario Court of Appeal has provided clarification on the enforceability of termination clauses in employment agreements that contain failsafe provisions in its June 22 decision in Amberber v. IBM Canada Ltd.
Canada
17 Jul 2018
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Employee "Profit Sharing" Plans: Case Comment On Manastersky V Royal Bank Of Canada Et Al.
Is an employer required to compensate a dismissed employee for lost opportunity to earn "profit sharing" during a termination notice period?
Canada
23 Feb 2018
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Mitigating Damages After Dismissal
Employees are required to make best efforts to reduce their damages after dismissal, usually by attempting to secure comparable employment elsewhere.
Canada
12 Jun 2017
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HR In Acquisitions
When a purchaser acquires all or substantially all of the assets of a vendor's business, the purchaser and the vendor are generally free to negotiate...
Canada
29 Nov 2016
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Administrative Suspension Can Constitute Constructive Dismissal
On March 6, 2015, the Supreme Court of Canada (SCC) released its decision in Potter v. New Brunswick Legal Aid Services Commission...
Canada
1 Apr 2015
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Top Employment Law Developments In 2014 - What Employers Need To Know In 2015
The decisions outlined below gave rise to what we believe were the most noteworthy employment law developments of 2014.
Canada
2 Mar 2015
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Avoiding "Obnoxious" Choices Of Law And Restrictive Covenants In Employment Agreements
A New York state appellate court recently held that a Florida choice-of-law provision in an employment agreement between a Florida-based employer and a New York-based employee was unenforceable.
United States
4 Mar 2014
10
Top Employment Law Developments In 2013
The decisions outlined below gave rise to what we believe were the most noteworthy employment law developments of 2013
Canada
11 Feb 2014
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Ambiguous Non-Competition Agreements Are Unenforceable, Says Supreme Court Of Canada
The Supreme Court of Canada has ruled that non-competition clauses and other restrictive covenants in employment contracts will be unenforceable if any of their key terms are ambiguous.
Canada
29 Jan 2009
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Supreme Court Of Canada Clarifies The Duties Of Departing Employees
The Supreme Court of Canada has issued an important decision on the legal duties owed by employees who choose to move to a competitor.
Canada
16 Oct 2008
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Is Notice Enough? Changing A Fundamental Term Of Employment In Ontario
In Wronko v. Western Inventory Service Ltd., the Ontario Court of Appeal held that an employer cannot unilaterally change a fundamental term of employment if the employee refuses to accept the proposed change – even if the employer provides reasonable notice of the change.
Canada
20 Jun 2008
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Ten Key Differences In Canadian, US Employment Law
Employers with operations in several jurisdictions are required to meet the standards imposed by local employment laws.
Canada
2 Jun 2008
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Ten Key Differences Between Canadian And U.S. Employment Laws
Employers with operations in several jurisdictions are required to meet the standards imposed by local employment laws. There are a number of significant differences with respect to the treatment of employees in Canada and the United States. This article summarizes the key differences between these two jurisdictions.
Canada
17 Dec 2007
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Surviving Change
Executive compensation continues to make headlines in Canada and the United States, with transaction incentives coming under particular scrutiny. Shareholders and members of the public continue to monitor the types and quantum of payments made to incoming and outgoing executives in connection with corporate transactions.
Canada
29 Nov 2006
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Telling It Right
The current Canadian rules for disclosure of executive compensation, which were introduced in 1993, were very closely modelled on the U.S. rules introduced two years earlier. The rules heralded a radical change in Canadian disclosure of executive compensation.
Canada
27 Sep 2006
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Ethics In International Proceedings
There is a psychological condition that sometimes overtakes travellers. They feel invincible in a foreign country, as though, being away from home, the normal restraints on their conduct no longer apply.
Canada
 
1 Nov 2004
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Taxation Issues in Drafting Employee Secondment Agreements
The design of employee or executive secondment agreements raises taxation issues that may not be immediately apparent. Where employees are being seconded within a corporate group or between arm’s-length parties, care should be taken to ensure that the desired business results are achieved.
Canada
2 Aug 2004
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