The Duty of Good Faith

The Supreme Court of Canada in 2014 outlined the “organizing principle” of good faith which is required between contracting parties. Read More

Interns: Paid or Unpaid?

This is the time of year when many students in high school and post-secondary education are beginning summer internships in… Read More

#MeToo Gone Too Far?

The wave of allegations of sexual misconduct has rightly caused many companies to rethink their policies to ensure immediate and… Read More

Mass Terminations and Notice of Termination

Ontario employment law starts from a basic proposition, one which is implied into every employment relationship, absent a written agreement… Read More

The Remedy of Reprisal

The remedy of reprisal is intended to compensate a person who has been punished for doing the right thing. It… Read More