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The MacLeod Law Firm’s 2018 Employment Law Seminar: A ½-Day of Ford, Cannabis & Human Rights

By , August 28, 2018 9:52 am

Subscribers to this blog receive a brief description of a new employment law development every two weeks. Some topics however deserve more than a cursory discussion. We have selected three such topics to cover in a ½ day seminar on October 23rd in Toronto and on October 24th in Barrie. Here is a brief summary Continue Reading…

Is Your Organization Compliant with AODA? It Should Be. Here’s Why

By , November 27, 2017 5:29 pm

Did you know that employers with 20 or more employees are required to file a report with the Ontario government confirming they have complied with their obligations under the Accessibility with Ontarians with Disabilities Act (“AODA”) by December 31, 2017? Employment Standard This regulation under AODA applies to all employers. It  requires an employer to Continue Reading…

Can a successor employer offer a person lessor termination pay than the original employer?

By , November 17, 2017 5:13 pm

Can a successor employer offer a person lessor termination pay than the original employer? This issue was addressed by Ontario’s Court of Appeal in Krishnamoorthy v. Olympus Canada Inc., 2017 ONCA 873 Facts:  Carsen Group Inc. was the exclusive Canadian distributor for Olympus America Inc. Olympus America decided to terminate its distribution agreement with Carsen, Continue Reading…

All We Do Is Work

By , October 31, 2017 9:23 am

This blog introduces you to all members of the firm and describes the kinds of cases we handle.     OUR PEOPLE Nicole Simes has been working with me for more than four years. She represents and advises employers and employees. She spends a lot of her time in court and at administrative tribunals: she Continue Reading…

Case Study: Why You Need to Periodically Review Your Employment Contract

By , October 11, 2017 9:08 am

A well-drafted employment contract is the best employment law investment an employer can make. It protects an employer from significant liability and will usually save thousands of dollars in termination costs. An employment contract should be reviewed periodically because judges are refusing to enforce termination clauses if they are not drafted properly. In a recent case, Covenoho Continue Reading…

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