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Actions Speak Louder Than Words: Dependent Contractors' Big Win Upheld
Two dependent contractors will receive $125,000 each after the Ontario Court of Appeal upheld an award of 26 months notice in the recent decision in Keenan v. Canac Kitchens Ltd...
Canada
4 Mar 2016
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Employee Suspension Ruled Constructive Dismissal: Supreme Court
Employers would be wise to consider the terms of an employee’s contract before administratively suspending him or her.
Canada
1 Apr 2015
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Temporary Workers, Interns Given New Protections
Temporary workers, unpaid interns and foreign nationals will soon be better protected under amendments to Ontario’s employment laws. Employees will also be able to recover more of their unpaid wages from employers without going to court.
Canada
4 Dec 2014
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Court Reduces Notice Period, Employee Should Have Known Better
The Ontario Superior Court of Justice recently reduced the notice period awarded to a wrongfully terminated employee for his failure to properly read his contract before signing on the dotted line.
Canada
19 Aug 2014
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Pension Benefits Do Not Replace Wages Owed, Supreme Court Rules
An employee’s pension payments should not be deducted from damages otherwise payable for wrongful dismissal, the Supreme Court ruled recently.
Canada
17 Dec 2013
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Crane Rental Operater Hoisted by Restrictive Covenants
Non-compete and non-solicit clauses are presumptively valid when connected to an agreement for purchase and sale of a business, the Supreme Court confirmed recently.
Canada
11 Nov 2013
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Crane Rental Operater Hoisted by Restrictive Covenants
Non-compete and non-solicit clauses are presumptively valid when connected to an agreement for purchase and sale of a business, the Supreme Court confirmed recently.
Canada
 
15 Nov 2006
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