Osgoode Hall Court of Appeal
March 2, 2012

The Court of Appeal for Ontario upheld the Ontario Superior Court of Justice’s decision in GasTOPS Ltd. v. Forsyth (“GasTOPS”) awarding the Employer damages in the amount of $12,306,495.00, plus pre-judgment interest of $3,039,944.00 and costs of $4,252,920.24.

Canada and USA Flags

Doing Business in Canada – Employment Law Essentials (PKF North America, Las Vegas, Nevada, USA)

August 8, 2011

Ron Minken spoke to attendees in Las Vegas, Nevada, U.S.A. on the topic “Doing Business in Canada – Employment Law Essentials”. In this presenta Read More...

Employer Harassing Employee

Harassment in the Workplace

January 1, 2011

Harassment continues to be a hot topic in the contemporary workplace. What is it and how is it regulated?

Man with pink slip termination notice

Reasonable Notice—What Constitutes “Reasonable”?

December 1, 2010

Statutory minimums provide only the legal minimums for the amount of notice an employee receives upon termination. Because common law often provides f Read More...