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Ministry of Labour publishes its Code of Practice under Bill 132 - Some Questions Answered, Some Not

Canada - August 24 2016 On August 12th, the Ministry of Labour released its eagerly awaited "Code of Practice to Address Workplace Harassment under Ontario's Occupational…

Co-authors: Megan Forward.


There are Two Months to Go Before Bill 132 Comes into Effect. Are you Ready?

Canada - June 30 2016 Bill 132, the Sexual Violence and Harassment Action Plan Act (Supporting Survivors and Challenging Sexual Violence and Harassment), 2016 comes into…

Co-authors: David Witkowski.


Should you conduct a workplace investigation for your own client?

Canada - June 15 2016 No. We do not think so if what you and your client would like to accomplish is a neutral, unbiased and objective investigation, and a neutral…


Again? Making the Case for Workplace Investigation “Do-overs”

Canada - April 21 2016 From time to time, we are retained to redo a workplace investigation that an employer has already done. The prompts for our work on these occasions…


The challenge of the unrepresented party: Consider this case from the Human Rights Tribunal of Ontario

Canada - December 21 2015 A case crossed my desk this week that clearly illustrates the challenges lawyers face when dealing with an unrepresented party, in this case, at a…

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