June 4, 2018

The Ontario Court of Appeal in Doyle v. Zochem Inc. affirmed a Superior Court of Justice decision to award $60,000 in moral damages plus $25,000 for human rights violations on top of notice to a woman who endured sexual harassment on the job, and was fired when she complained.

Termination for cause

Repeated Verbal Harassment Results in Supervisor’s Termination for Cause

October 17, 2011

In Gillam v. Waschuk Pipe Line Construction Ltd. the Saskatchewan Court of Queen’s Bench found that the employer was justified in terminating the em Read More...

After Hours Party

Party Revelry Opens Pandora’s Box of Harassment, Defamation and Wrongful Dismissal

April 26, 2011

Sexual harassment continues to be a minefield in the modern workplace. Read about how a law firm practising employment and labour relations law has be Read More...

Terminated Lawyer Sues Toronto-based Law Firm for Sexual Discrimination

February 16, 2011

Jaime Laskis, 34, a Canadian lawyer working in New York, has filed a claim with a U.S. District Court for sexual discrimination by Toronto-based law f Read More...