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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


Changes to Human Rights Code to Impact Litigants

May 16, 2007 | No Comments

Employment Law Shifts — If it’s broken, then fix it. Daniel A. Lublin, Metro Toronto News Published: Wednesday, May 16, 2007 Since the mid-90’s, dissatisfied litigants of Ontario’s human rights regime have bemoaned its apparent … Read More


Daniel Lublin appears on CTV’s “The Verdict” with Paula Todd

May 12, 2007 | No Comments

On Thursday, CTV brought me in to be interviewed on-air, live, for Paula Todd’s "The Verdict", which was my first television appearance, speaking as a lawyer.  The topic was obviously the recent Facebook.com maelstrom, which … Read More


Facebook banned at work

May 9, 2007 | No Comments

“Employees should concern themselves more with losing their jobs, instead of losing access to Facebook at Work.” — Daniel Lublin Last week, the Toronto Star sought my legal opinion on Facebook at work and the … Read More


Toronto Star interviews Daniel Lublin on Facebook issues at work

May 4, 2007 | No Comments

From a legal standpoint, employers have good reason to specifically prohibit the use of Facebook at work, according to Daniel Lublin, an employment law expert based in Toronto. On Friday, the Toronto Star sought Daniel … Read More


Harassed Employees Have Options

May 2, 2007 | 1 Comment

The law now leans towards workers as harassed employees are no longer without a legal remedy.    Workplace abuse may have been obvious but rarely did it amount to a paid vacation. Employees faced with … Read More


Wan’t to fire that Slacker? The best defence is always a good offence.

April 27, 2007 | No Comments

Armed with the knowledge that an employer can contract out of all but its minimum statutory obligations, I’m mystified why more businesses don’t follow the trend.  Nevertheless, for those proactive organizations concerned about the bottom … Read More


Selecting the proper employment lawyer for your case

April 27, 2007 | No Comments

“If winning isn’t everything, then why do they keep score?” – Vince Lombardi When it comes to winning a battle with your former employer, selecting the winning lawyer for your wrongful dismissal or employment law … Read More


Reinstatement Isn’t an Option for Employees

April 25, 2007 | No Comments

Canadian Employment Law provides a buffet of remedies for the dismissed employee.  However as two ontario litigants recently learned, reinstatement isn’t currently offerred on the menu.  See the full version of my article below. — … Read More