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The Directors' Briefing: Conflicts Of Interest By Officers
There always seem to be new cases raising novel directors' or officers' conflict of interest issues which directors and officers should be aware of.
Canada
10 Sep 2018
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The Uber Powerful Impact Of Arbitration Clauses
In the recent case of Heller v. Uber Technologies Inc., the Court dealt with a case in which Mr. Heller, an Uber food delivery driver, attempted to bring a class action on behalf of all Uber drivers against Uber.
Canada
13 Mar 2018
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Update: Bill 148 - Employment Standards Act Amendments
Update: Bill 148 - Employment Standards Act Amendments
Canada
5 Dec 2017
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The Latest On Employees And The Sale Of An Employer's Business
An employee is notified that the business he works for has been sold. The purchaser asks the employee to stay on and continue working.
Canada
28 Nov 2017
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Must An Employee Mitigate Damages When A Fixed Term Employment Contract Is Terminated Early?
The recent decision of the Ontario Court of Appeal in Howard v. Benson Group Inc. clarifies the current state of the law on the duty to mitigate where a fixed term employment contract is terminated early.
Canada
18 Jul 2016
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Are Employers' Financial Circumstances Relevant In Calculating Termination Pay?
In a word. No. The Ontario Court of Appeal has reaffirmed, definitively, that an employer's financial circumstances are not relevant to the determination of reasonable notice in a particular case.
Canada
3 Feb 2016
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What Is A Dependent Contractor's Entitlement To Notice Of Termination?
The recent case of Tetra Consulting and Cassar v. Continental Bank of Canada may advance the law on the manner in which the Court will calculate reasonable notice on the case of a dependent contractor.
Canada
11 Jan 2016
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When Will Punitive Damages Be Available in a Wrongful Dismissal Case?
The recent case of Gordon v. Altus Group Limited provides an interesting insight into one circumstance, at least, in which punitive damages will be awarded against a former employer which has acted egregiously.
Canada
16 Dec 2015
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When Can An Employment Agreement Be Voided for Duress?
The recent decision of the Ontario Superior Court in Riskie v. Sony of Canada Ltd. provides a useful reminder of the way in which the court will deal with an employment agreement where the employee later complains that he executed the agreement under duress.
Canada
16 Oct 2015
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When Is A Worker A Dependent Contractor?
Let’s begin our analysis with a review of the distinction between employees and independent contractors.
Canada
26 Aug 2014
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Termination Provisions In Employment Contracts Are Not Always Enforceable
The recent decision in Miller v. A.B.M. Canada Inc. provides a useful lesson on the extent to which one can rely on the termination provisions in an employment contract.
Canada
21 Jul 2014
12
The Latest On Termination Of Employment For Insubordination
The recent case of Smith v. Diversity Technologies Corporation provides some interesting insights into several employment law issues and principally that of termination for insubordination.
Canada
26 Apr 2014
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Irvin Schein Blogged On "The Latest On Employment Contracts That Require Employees To Give Notice Of Termination"
BlackBerry Limited v Marineau-Mes provides insight into the murky area of the obligations of an employee to provide notice of his intention to resign.
Canada
7 Apr 2014
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The Latest On Employment Contracts That Require Employees To Give Notice Of Termination
The recent case of BlackBerry Limited v Marineau-Mes provides a useful insight into the often murky area of the obligations of an employee to provide notice of his intention to resign.
Canada
7 Apr 2014
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Top Ten Must-Haves For Employment Agreements
Employment agreements are now an essential tool for employers.
Canada
19 Feb 2014
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When Will An Employment Agreement Survive A Corporate Acquisition?
THE RECENT DECISION OF THE ONTARIO Superior Court in Whittemore v. Open Text Corporation provides useful illustration of the rollercoaster ride that an employee might experience when his corporate employer goes through changes in its status.
Canada
23 Aug 2013
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Independent Contractors And Their Rights Upon Termination
The recent Superior Court decision of McCready v. De Dwa Dehs Nyes provides interesting observations about the rights of independent contractors upon termination.
Canada
30 May 2013
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