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26 Jul

Are Contracts for Probationary Employees Enforceable: The Ontario Court of Appeal in Nagribianko v. Select Wine Merchants Ltd.

Wednesday, July 26, 2017Stephanie ClarkLitigation, Employment Law, Employment Standards ActEmployment Agreements, Reasonable Notice, Ontario

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Employers often rely on a probationary period to determine whether a new employee is suitable for an employment position. If an employer determines that an employee is...

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5 Jul

Is Canada Day celebration controversy worth breach of contract claim?

Wednesday, July 5, 2017Stephen A. ThieleLitigation, Employment LawToronto, Toronto Politics, Termination, Ontario, Canada Day

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On July 1, 2017, Canada turned 150 years old. All across the nation, public and private organizers...

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14 Jun

Failure to comply with ESA minimums can be fatal…

Wednesday, June 14, 2017Bryan SkolnikLitigation, Employment LawEmployment Agreements, Termination

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At the time of an employee’s termination, the most crucial clause is typically that relating to the employee’s entitlement upon a...

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8 Mar

Pitfalls in Termination Clauses

Wednesday, March 8, 2017Jonathan WigleyEmployment Law, LitigationTermination, Reasonable Notice

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Employment contracts often contain termination rights of the parties. In particular  there is often a clause permitting the employer to terminate on a...

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24 Aug

Arbitration clauses in employment agreements: are they enforceable?

Wednesday, August 24, 2016Bryan SkolnikEmployment Law, LitigationArbitration, Employment Agreements, Sales Incentive Plan

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Many employment agreements contain clauses which require the parties to submit to arbitration or some other dispute resolution mechanism prior to or ...

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