Wrongful Dismissal and Punitive Damages
April 2, 2019

Many believe that common law notice is calculated based on 1 month for each completed year of service. While some employees are awarded notice that appears to follow that calculation, sometimes employees are entitled to more. This proved to be true for a long term employee in O’Reilly v. IMAX Corp., [2019].

Court of Appeal - Scales of Justice

Non Cause Termination May Still Require a Full Investigation of Conduct

April 8, 2013

In Brownson v. Honda Canada Mfg., the Ontario Superior Court dismissed a Summary Judgment Motion brought by Honda based on the employee's theory that Read More...

Canadian Employment Law Today -- Fired long term employee

Fired long-term employee gets more than $800,000

September 20, 2012

Canadian Employment Law Today, Sept 2012 - Higginson v. Babine Forest Products Ltd. - A jury of the British Columbia Supreme Court has awarded an empl Read More...