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2018 Year in Review

Sex, Drugs and…Termination Clauses?

While 2017 brought about sweeping changes to the Employment Standards Act, 2000, 2018…brought about sweeping changes to the Employment Standards Act, 2000. While 2017 brought about employer panic and confusion over the legalization of cannabis, 2018… continued to do much the same. For yet another year, we were treated to several judicial assessments of the enforceability of termination clauses, and we continued to see the quantums of human rights and other damages increase. In a sense, everything old is new again.

Legal Influencer

Stuart Rudner recognised as Legal Influencer in Canadian HR Law by Lexology

Stuart has been recognised as the only Legal Influencer in Canadian HR Law in the first Lexology Awards, announced in October 2018.

Relying on a bespoke automated process to analyse Lexology data, the Lexology Awards reward those who produce great legal content for their subscribers. At the end of each quarter, individual authors are recognised as Legal Influencers, and law firms or contributors as Thought Leaders.

680 News Toronto: Stuart on holiday parties

Stuart discusses the liabilities associated with holiday parties in this interview with James Munroe of…

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NewsTalk1010: Stuart on unpaid internships

Stuart discusses the legality of unpaid internships with NewsTalk1010 Toronto on June 13th, 2013.

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Child Care and Employment

NewsTalk 1010: Stuart on childcare provisions for shift-workers.

Stuart was recently a guest on Steven Skurka's NewsTalk 1010 show, Closing Arguments, presenting an…

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Stuart Rudner

Keays vs Honda: Stuart at the Supreme Court of Canada

Stuart represented the Human Resources Professionals Association of Ontario (HRPAO) at the Supreme Court of…

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Welcome to Rudner Law

Welcome to the Rudner Law Blog

As part of our commitment to educating our clients, our potential clients, and the general…

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