April 26, 2020

Given the unforeseeable long-term effects of COVID-19 on businesses, some employers may wonder about the ‘frustration’ of an employment contract.

Accommodation -- Upset business woman

Employer’s Claim of Frustration Becomes Frustrated: Award of 22 Months, Moral and Punitive Damages

September 27, 2011

In Altman v. Steve’s Music Store Inc. the Court rejected the employer’s defence of frustration of contract and awarded the employee 22 months noti Read More...

Exploitation of Migrant Employees -- African Woman Staring Desparingly out a Window

$195,000 Claim Highlights Rampant Exploitation of Migrant Employees

June 9, 2011

Even in this developed nation with laws governing employment and labour, shocking abuses still occur. One of the most common areas of exploitation is Read More...

Employer Repudiates, Contractor Still Mitigates after Termination

December 30, 2010

A business owner enters into an agreement to sell his company and to become its new management consultant. Things go well until he’s given a task th Read More...