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Twitter knows no bounds: suspension from work for tweeting a stranger

  • McMillan LLP
  • -
  • Canada
  • -
  • November 6 2014

"Her name is Rio and she dances on the sand." When British pop group Duran Duran sang about Rio, they did not likely have silky Queens Park Rangers

Rejected sexual advance at work: cause for retaliation? It’s no, nay, never!

  • Stewart McKelvey
  • -
  • Canada
  • -
  • November 4 2014

The respondent does not dispute the allegation that the actions complained of above are causally connected to the event of February 28, 2011, during

It’s all in the attitude: insolence & insubordination

  • Stewart McKelvey
  • -
  • Canada
  • -
  • March 5 2013

One of the most challenging issues in the workplace is dealing with bad attitude and employees refusing to perform the work for which they were hired

Privacy claims in the workplace

  • Miller Thomson LLP
  • -
  • Canada
  • -
  • November 10 2014

Recently, headlines have been dominated by the high-profile termination of Jian Ghomeshi from CBC. Mr. Ghomeshi has claimed that CBC misused his

Top 10 employment law cases of 2012

  • Rubin Thomlinson LLP
  • -
  • Canada
  • -
  • January 31 2013

The votes are in! The lawyers at RT have identified what we believe to be the "Top 10" employment law cases that you need to know about from 2012

Investigations in the workplace

  • Miller Thomson LLP
  • -
  • Canada
  • -
  • November 7 2014

Workplace investigations are inevitable for most organizations and employers face significant pressure to conduct them properly. A flawed

Settlement agreement confidentiality strongly enforced: former Globe and Mail columnist who was ordered to repay $209,912 now required to pay $30,000 in legal costs

  • Baker & McKenzie
  • -
  • Canada
  • -
  • November 4 2014

Our regular readers will recall a previous blog about the case involving Jan Wong, a former Globe and Mail columnist, who violated the

When can an employer sue an employee for damages?

  • Blaney McMurtry LLP
  • -
  • Canada
  • -
  • January 16 2013

Emily Anne Maclean worked in a farmer’s market. On August 1, 2003, she placed eggs on a hot plate to boil in order to make them ready for the next

On workers’ compensation for federal government employees

  • Norton Rose Fulbright LLP
  • -
  • Canada
  • -
  • November 6 2014

The Supreme Court of Canada upheld an Alberta Court of Appeal decision addressing the principles of compensation application to federal government

New obligations arriving for Ontario employers is your company ready?

  • Borden Ladner Gervais LLP
  • -
  • Canada
  • -
  • November 10 2014

Bill 18, the Stronger Workplaces for a Stronger Economy Act, 2014, will amend five different labour and employment-related statutes in Ontario