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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


Permanent Illness can put your Career at Risk.

June 20, 2007 | No Comments

Daniel A. Lublin is a Toronto Employment Lawyer specializing in the law of discipline and dismissal. He can be reached at or at
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Employees Need to Combat Warning Signs for Dismissal

June 13, 2007 | No Comments

Daniel A. Lublin Toronto Metro News, June 13, 2007 With no legal entitlement to continued employment, Canadian employees decry that the law of dismissal favours their employer.  Employer, however, don’t have a magic bullet for … Read More


Judge Sues Over Lost Pants

June 13, 2007 | Comments Off on Judge Sues Over Lost Pants

Judge Sues Dry Cleaner
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Off Duty Conduct Can Affect the Health of Your Career

June 6, 2007 | No Comments

Employees who believe that their conduct away from the office is immune from discipline are mistaken. Employers have the technological means and occasionally the inclination to monitor behaviour that occurs away from the job. And where off-duty behaviour poses a problem, don’t be surprised when it follows you back to your desk
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Million dollar class-action lawsuit against CIBC for OVERTIME

June 5, 2007 | Comments Off on Million dollar class-action lawsuit against CIBC for OVERTIME

A CIBC bank teller is taking on one of the biggest financial institutions in Canada as the lead plaintiff in a class-action lawsuit that alleges CIBC fails to pay overtime to customer service staff. The … Read More


Unionized Employees Have No Hope In Court

May 31, 2007 | Comments Off on Unionized Employees Have No Hope In Court

Employment Law Question sent to me:  Is it possible to seek outside representation if one is a Unionized employee? For the most part, you cannot sue your unionized employer in court; you must exhaust the … Read More


Calculating Severance Pay

May 30, 2007 | No Comments

Metro Toronto News, Wednesday May 30, 2007Daniel A. Lublin Seldom is severance pay based on arithmetic.  Courts do not follow any defined rules in calculating how much severance to pay to a particular employee.  Neither … Read More


Think Twice Before Taking Clients With You

May 23, 2007 | No Comments

A Business’ greatest assets are its clients.  But those clients have legs.  And when they walk, the business follows.  Daniel A. Lublin, Metro Toronto News – Published Wednesday, May 23, 2007 Nothing infuriates a company … Read More