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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…


Board Member Commits Fraud and Misappropriates Funds from Childhood Cancer Charity

Canada - December 10 2015 The words "not for profit corporation which raises funding for childhood cancer charities" and "extensive fraud and misappropriation of funds" should…


Short shrift response to allegations of racism results in inadequate investigation according to HRTO

Canada - December 3 2015 A recent decision of the Ontario Human Rights Tribunal is a good illustration of what an inadequate workplace investigation looks like. As employers…

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