Labour and employment

Uber v. Heller and Foodora decisions leading gig workers to pursue legal rights: lawyer

Uber v. Heller and Foodora decisions leading gig workers to pursue legal rights: lawyer

Firm is growing class actions practice with string of challenges for minimum employment standards

Management-employee communication key to preventing discrimination in the workplace: lawyer

Management-employee communication key to preventing discrimination in the workplace: lawyer

Diversity training should be as routine as health and safety training, says lawyer

Past CABL president Arleen Huggins appointed to investigate Peel District School Board

Past CABL president Arleen Huggins appointed to investigate Peel District School Board

Huggins is a partner at Koskie Minsky who heads the firm’s employment law group

Superior Court orders long-term care homes to provide nurses with N95 masks and protective gear

Superior Court orders long-term care homes to provide nurses with N95 masks and protective gear

Respondent facilities face outbreaks, with over 110 residents and at least 7 nurses infected

Hospital charged by Ministry of Labour with violations of Occupational Health and Safety Act

Hospital charged by Ministry of Labour with violations of Occupational Health and Safety Act

In Jan. 2019, a nurse was attacked and a security guard was injured at the workplace

Class action involving allegedly wrongfully terminated BlackBerry employees moves forward

Class action involving allegedly wrongfully terminated BlackBerry employees moves forward

The class includes more than 300 former employees, mostly based in Waterloo and Ottawa