Negligent Statements May be Actionable

The Basic Rule It is well established that an employment relationship is one which is “special” which requires care and… Read More

Mandatory Arbitration Clause Struck by OCA

The Ontario Court of Appeal released this week an important unanimous decision dealing with a contract which mandated that all… Read More

A Tribute to a Wonderful Man

We are saddened to note the passing of one of the founding members of the firm. Norman Grosman passed away… Read More

Yuletide Employment Issues

There is nothing like taking the joy out of the seasonal festivities by creating a waiver document for the annual… Read More

Moving Costs as a Mitigation Expense

A recent Ontario court decision[1] considered the question of expenses incurred by the terminated employee in successfully mitigating… Read More

The Right to Unplug

The newly amended Employment Standards Act may have created a context in which an employee may legally be able to… Read More

Notice Awards Moving Up

General Rules The fundamental guidelines for determining an award of “reasonable notice” or wrongful dismissal damage awards have been in… Read More