August 4, 2020

The Ontario Divisional Court clarified an employers’ duty to accommodate employees where there is frustration of contract.

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Court of Appeal Affirms Employers’ Obligation to Pay Disability Benefits for Disability occurring after Termination

July 24, 2012

In Brito v Canac Kitchens, the Ontario Court of Appeal upheld the Ontario Superior Court of Justice’s decision that the employee be awarded damages Read More...

Speaker’s Corner: Surprise decision brings surprise results

September 26, 2008

Little more then four months after the Supreme Court of Canada heard the appeal of Honda Canada Inc. v. Keays, the court’s decision was released. Th Read More...

Disability: Insurance Benefits and Frustration of the Employment Contract

August 22, 2008

Employers must continue to provide an employee on disability with insurance benefits unless the employee has clearly and unequivocally resigned from t Read More...