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Littler LLP | Canada | 12 May 2022

Ontario, Canada: Some Employees May Be Entitled to Paid Time Off to Vote in June 2nd Provincial Election

The 2022 Ontario General Election will take place on June 2, 2022. Voters will elect members of the provincial government to serve in the Legislative…
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Fasken | Canada | 12 May 2022

Now You See Me: New Requirements for Electronic Monitoring in Ontario Workplaces

The Ontario government moved one step closer towards employee privacy rights by passing Bill 88, The Working for Workers Act, 2022, which requires…
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Fasken | Canada | 12 May 2022

La Cour d’appel maintient le congédiement d’un gestionnaire au service de l’entreprise depuis 30 ans pour un incident isolé d’attouchements sexuels inappropriés

Dans une décision récente, la Cour d'appel de l'Ontario a confirmé le congédiement pour motif valable d'un gestionnaire…
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Fasken | Canada | 12 May 2022

Court of Appeal Upholds Termination of 30-Year Manager for Single Event of Sexually Inappropriate Contact

In a recent decision, the Ontario Court of Appeal upheld the termination for cause of a manager with 30 years of service for smacking a female…
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Aird & Berlis LLP | Aird & McBurney LP | Canada | 12 May 2022

Election Time in Ontario and Employee Voting Rights

On June 2, 2022, Ontarians will head to the polls to elect the members of the 43rd Parliament of Ontario. With the election taking place on a weekday…
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Barry Fisher | Canada | 12 May 2022

Ontario Court of Appeal Dodges Question of Whether IDEL Temporary Layoff Constitutes Constructive Dismissal Under the Common Law

In Taylor v. Hanley Hospitality Inc., 2022 ONCA 376 the Ontario Court of Appeal was faced with the issue as to whether the IDEL rules under the ESA…
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Barry Fisher | Canada | 11 May 2022

Being a Busy President is Not Grounds to Avoid Being Examined for Discovery:

In Nezhat-Mahal v. Cosmetica Laboratories Inc., 2022 ONSC 2458 Justice Vermette ruled that the Plaintiff's choice to examine the President in a…
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WeirFoulds LLP | Canada | 10 May 2022

A Deal’s a Deal: Court of Appeal Reaffirms That Setting Aside Contractual Provisions on Public Policy Grounds Should Be Done Sparingly

The Ontario Court of Appeal recently considered a case where a defendant corporation argued it should not be required to pay a debt owed to a…
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Blake, Cassels & Graydon LLP | Canada | 10 May 2022

Key Developments in Canadian Insolvency Case Law

In 2021, several significant judicial decisions were rendered across Canada relevant to commercial lenders, businesses and restructuring…
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Levitt Sheikh | Canada | 10 May 2022

How employers should prepare for Ontario's new employee-monitoring regime

As employment lawyers, we have consistently told our employer clients that they have every right to monitor company devices in almost any manner they…
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