November 24, 2014

The Global Legal Post has a small blurb on Axess Law and its plans for expansion:


In Arnone v. Best Theratronics Ltd. a long service employee terminated without cause 17 months short of receiving a full unreduced pension was awarded, among other things, $65,000 for loss of pension, plus 17 months’ notice and a 30 week retiring allowance pursuant to the terms of his employment agreement:


Remember those fire fighters who were fired last year for their allegedly sexist tweets? Both terminations have been upheld following arbitration:


Earlier this year, the BC Human Rights Tribunal found an employer liable for retaliation after an employee filed a human rights complaint despite the original complaint being frivolous:


Michael Fitzgibbon with a nice summary and update on the common employer doctrine following a recent Ontario SC case:

 

 

 

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