Employment law

Court of Appeal confirms employer hardball tactics support $125K in extraordinary measures

Court of Appeal confirms employer hardball tactics support $125K in extraordinary measures

Last June CCP blogged about the risks employers face

Bill 66 passes - it turns out the sky isn't falling after all

Bill 66 passes - it turns out the sky isn't falling after all

Some of the most profound changes from Bill 66 are coming to the Employment Standards Act

Court comes down on employer: Failure to train leads to hefty fine

Court comes down on employer: Failure to train leads to hefty fine

As you know, the Provincial Government has the authority to publish convictions

Court of Appeal rules no freestanding tort of harassment in Ontario

Court of Appeal rules no freestanding tort of harassment in Ontario

Back in 2017, we blogged about Merrifield v. the Attorney General (“Merrifield”)

Another termination clause bites the dust in superior court

Another termination clause bites the dust in superior court

The latest clause to meet an untimely demise fell short in two respects

New WSIB operational policy for medical cannabis

New WSIB operational policy for medical cannabis

The WSIB has established an operational policy setting