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Squeegees get wiped

August 27, 2007 | Comments Off on Squeegees get wiped

It’s official, Canada’s Supreme court will not entertain an appeal towards an Ontario law limiting panhandling and banning "squeegee kids". It appears now that Canada’s pierced and transient will have to search for other forms … Read More


A hasty resignation can be costly

August 16, 2007 | 3 Comments

"We only part to meet again"– John Gay Seldom do employers bother to sue their ex-employees. But the tables are turned when a hasty resignation proves costly. Few have heard of a lawsuit for wrongful … Read More


Breach of policy has serious penalties

August 13, 2007 | No Comments

Ray Agosta literally took company policy into his own hands. Captured on security cameras and spotted by a loss prevention officer, Agosta was caught taking five items to his car he had not checked out … Read More


Worker fired for not admitting blame

August 8, 2007 | No Comments

It is not open to an employee to simply refuse to obey a direction from a supervisor. The decisive question is, however, whether or not the request was reasonable.
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Workplace harassment is a common employment law case

August 2, 2007 | 2 Comments

Here are five most frequent files appearing on my desk and in court dockets 1. Workplace HarassmentFollowing Canada’s first million dollar workplace harassment award, I can expect to see more of these claims walk through … Read More


Cumulative changes amount to constructive dismissal

July 18, 2007 | No Comments

Daniel A. Lublin, Toronto Metro NewsWednesday, July 18 2006 "Not many men have both good fortune and good sense."– Titus Livy John-Louis Drapeau was the consummate company man.  But when his job was gradually eroded, … Read More


Blunder Procedure and Pay the Price

July 15, 2007 | Comments Off on Blunder Procedure and Pay the Price

Unionized employees have little recourse to the courts Daniel A. Lublin Toronto Metro News, Wednesday, July 11, 2007 When Garry and Mark Coleman heard that fellow employee Wayne Demers was planning to file a fraudulent … Read More


Some Rules are Meant to be Broken

July 4, 2007 | No Comments

– Managers refusal to comply with directive from boss didn’t amount to misconduct. Daniel A. Lublin, Toronto Metro NewsWednesday, July 4, 2007 About to leave on a much needed vacation, Evo Watson thought she had … Read More


Terms of Contract Not Always Binding

July 2, 2007 | No Comments

As Peer 1 Network Incorporated recently learned, Court’s are loath to enforce some agreements.  In Hayes v. Peer 1 Network Incorporated 2007 CanLII 23352 (ON. S.C), an appeal successfully argued by Daniel A. Lublin, an … Read More


Exceptions to Signed Contracts

June 27, 2007 | No Comments

Anything goes into employment contracts — but not all written contracts are enforced Daniel A. Lublin, Toronto Metro News Published Wednesday June 27, 2007 Written employment contracts represent employment law’s most ambivalent feature.  Here are … Read More