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Terminating older employees – the debate continues: do retirement plans diminish entitlement to notice? *

Canada - August 12 2014
Over the past couple of years, we have seen a number of cases in which courts have grappled with the amount of reasonable notice to be given to…


National accounting firm gets termination right *

Canada - July 21 2014
In its recent decision in Diamantopoulos v. KPMG LLP, the Ontario Superior Court of Justice applauded the conduct of KPMG in managing (and ultimately…

Co-authors: Ryan Campbell.


Problematic investigation = aggravated and punitive damages *

Canada - July 16 2014
Ms. Boucher’s deteriorated relationship with her supervisor began when she refused to falsify a log recording temperatures for the store’s coolers…

Co-authors: Parisa Nikfarjam.


Federal Court of Appeal confirms “family status” protection to childcare obligations *

Canada - June 12 2014
The Federal Court of Appeal's much-anticipated decision in Johnstone v.Canada Border Services Agency, 2014 FCA 110, concerns a growing area of…

Co-authors: Marie-Hélène Mayer.


BC bank botches investigation *

Canada - May 8 2014
"CIBC was cavalier, insensitive, and reckless. They forged ahead with a termination for cause based on inaccurate and incomplete information despite…

Co-authors: Parisa Nikfarjam.


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