Repudiation of contract Refusal to Work
May 31, 2012

In Richards v. Rainy River Cattlemen’s Assn. the Ontario Court of Appeal upheld the Ontario Superior Court of Justice’s decision that a dependent contractor may be terminated without any entitlement to notice if the actions engaged in by the dependent contractor are tantamount to a repudiation of the contract.


Damages for Mental Distress Require Reasonable Contemplation at the Time of Contracting

May 15, 2009

An employee is only able to recover damages for mental distress due to the breach of a contract if it can be shown that such damages were within the r Read More...