Court of Appeal - Scales of Justice
June 16, 2015

In Miller v. A.B.M. Canada, the Divisional Court of Ontario upheld a Superior Court of Justice decision to strike down the termination provision of an employment agreement because it did not include all the compensation the employee was entitled to during the notice period.

Termination of Employment Notice and Gavel

Termination Clause Upheld – 2 years work, only 2 weeks wages!

March 3, 2015

In Shapka v. Interbase Consultants Ltd., the Court analyzed the termination clause contained in the employee’s contract of employment and determined Read More...

Termination Clause

Termination Clause Unenforceable Due to Potential Breach of Statutory Minimums

May 8, 2012

Wright v. Young and Rubicam Group of Companies (Wunderman): a termination clause that is in breach of the statutory minimums is unenforceable and does Read More...

Court of Appeal - Scales of Justice

$465,000 Award Overturned by Court of Appeal in Non-Competition and Fiduciary Duty Case

April 9, 2012

The Ontario Court of Appeal decided in Veolia ES Industrial Services Inc. v. Brulé that the Employee did not breach the non-competition clause in his Read More...