COVID-19 In The Workplace

COVID-19 and the Workplace

Whether you are an employer or an employee, this unprecedented set of circumstances has raised a lot of difficult questions. If you are unsure of your rights and obligations, we are here to help.

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internet court

Courts and the Internet: I’d Go Online with Them Any Day

You have been dismissed from your employment with your former employer, whose headquarters are in a different province. Your tenure was in Ontario out of a branch office, and your employment contract says that the laws of Ontario govern any disputes arising from your employment. You should sue in Ontario, right? Maybe not!

Post-termination Entitlement to Stock Options Overturned by Court of Appeal in Battiston

The Ontario Court of Appeal finds employee was bound by the terms of the plan they chose not to read, in Battiston v Microsoft Canada Inc.
the right to remember

The Right to Remember

In early November, Ontario’s Minister of Citizenship and Multiculturalism introduced Bill 38, the Remembrance Week Amendment Act, 2021.
Bill 27, Working for Workers Act, 2021

More Proposed Changes to Employment Laws

If Bill 27, Working for Workers Act, 2021 is passed into legislation, then the following proposed changes will become law.

How Expensive is Employment Law Litigation?

When someone retains us to pursue an employment law claim, they inevitably ask two questions: how long will it take and how much will it cost?

COVID-19: Getting Back to Business (Again) – FAQ

We wanted to offer a guide to some of the most common issues that we have been asked about in recent weeks about returning to the office.