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Back-To-School Newsletter: Two Major Decisions Regarding Dismissal
Recently, two arbitral decisions confirmed dismissals of employees in the school system.
Canada
3 Oct 2018
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What's In A Grade?
The beginning of summer break for students across Ontario also means the release of their final grades.
Canada
4 Jul 2016
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Ontario Teachers Ordered Back To School After Illegal Strike
The government's new School Boards Collective Bargaining Act, which passed last year, has become the subject of controversy.
Canada
29 May 2015
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Aggregate Damages In Class Proceedings: Ontario Court Takes A First Step
This is reported to be the first class action decision in which an award of aggregate damages on a class-wide basis has been made.
Canada
22 Jul 2014
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Students Cannot Sue University For Poor Academic Results
On October 18, 2013, the Court of Appeal of Ontario upheld the dismissal of a $150-million claim for damages by three former medical residents against the University of Ottawa.
Canada
29 Oct 2013
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Universities’ Freedom To Impose Academic Discipline Upheld
The resolution of a lengthy challenge by a former University of Ottawa medical resident shows Canadian courts continue to uphold the freedom of universities to make their own academic decisions.
Canada
18 Mar 2013
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Application Of Canadian Charter To Universities Remains Unclear
Courts in Ontario and Alberta have recently considered lawsuits by students who claimed universities breached their rights under the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms.
Canada
20 Jun 2012
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