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Ontario Court Recognizes Privacy Tort: Publicly Placing a Person in False Light

Canada - March 2 2020 In Yenovkian v Gulian (“Gulian’), the court recognized for the first time in Ontario, the privacy tort of publicly placing a person in false light…

Termination Clauses: “the greater of x or y”, how the disjunctive nature of your termination clause could render it null and void!

Canada - February 24 2020 Here’s the take away up front: have your employment contracts reviewed at least annually. Over the last few years, in particular, the Ontario Court…

Bill 148 Update: Ontario Government Reverts Back To Old Public Holiday Pay Formula - For Now!

Canada - May 10 2018 On January 1, 2018, a number of amendments to the Employment Standards Act, 2000 (“ESA”) came into effect under Bill 148. These amendments required…