As we have written about previously, there are conflicting Court decisions about the legal effect of leaves under Infectious Disease Emergency Leave.
In this update, Stuart talks about why an otherwise valid employment contract may not be valid if the employee’s duties and responsibilities have changed – even if their title remains the same.
When an employee has a cause of action against their current or former employer, there may be multiple venues available to them to pursue damages. Generally speaking, the employee must choose one venue in which to seek their damages.
In this update, Stuart talks about frustration of contract – and to be clear, that doesn’t mean someone is frustrated. Frustration of a contract occurs at law when the circumstances change and it becomes impossible to fulfill.
Is there a limit to the amount of notice an employee can be awarded – and if there is when will a Court award reasonable notice more than this amount?