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Do Federal Employees Have A ‘Right To A Job'? The Supreme Court To Decide
The Supreme Court of Canada granted leave to appeal in Wilson v Atomic Energy of Canada Ltd.
Canada
15 Jul 2015
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Ontario Superior Court Awards Damages For Family Status Discrimination
Justice Healy’s January 2015 decision in Patridge v Botony Dental Corporation is likely to be on many lists of top human rights law decisions already decided this year.
Canada
5 May 2015
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New Mass Termination Claim Certified In Ontario
On January 2, 2014, Justice Perell certified a class action alleging that, among other things, a group of over 500 putative class members had been wrongfully dismissed by their former (now insolvent ) employer. Justice Perell’s decision in Brigaitis v. IQT Ltd., c.o.b. as IQT Solutions comes on the heels of a flurry of employment-related certification decisions focusing almost exclusively on claims pertaining to eligibility for overtime pay .
Canada
27 Jan 2014
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For The First Time, Ontario Superior Court Awards Human Rights Damages
In 2008, the Human Rights Code was amended to allow, amongst other things, civil claims for breaches of the Code.
Canada
9 Oct 2013
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Ontario Court Of Appeal Clarifies When Workplace Harassment Constitutes Constructive Dismissal
The Court of Appeal’s decision in General Motors of Canada Limited v Johnson does not break any new ground in the law of constructive dismissal.
Canada
12 Aug 2013
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