The Ontario Superior Court of Justice held that a text message can constitute a digital signature, such that it can constitute a binding agreement.
The Superior Court of Ontario ruled an employee who experienced a lay-off during COVID-19 was constructively dismissed when she was on temporary lay-o Read More...
The Ontario Superior Court of Justice finds another termination clause unenforceable and invalid as it violates the Canada Labour Code.
In a recent Ontario Superior Court decision a short term employee’s notice period was extended due to her pregnancy from 2 months to 5 months.
The Ontario Superior Court of Justice has recently recognized a new tort in Caplan v. Atas, 2021 ONSC 670: the tort of internet harassment.
In a blow to employers, our nation’s highest court ruled that an employee is entitled to compensation under a Long Term Incentive Plan (LTIP).
Does an employee’s conflict of interest in accepting a job offer from a competitor warrant his termination for cause?
The employer moved for a permanent injunction restraining an employee from committing alleged breaches of non-competition and non-solicitation.