Labour and employment

With leave for appeal denied, Waksdale decision remains authority on termination clauses: lawyer

With leave for appeal denied, Waksdale decision remains authority on termination clauses: lawyer

The decision rendered many termination clauses invalid

Court has jurisdiction over dispute between Ottawa police union president and former police chief

Court has jurisdiction over dispute between Ottawa police union president and former police chief

Court affirms not every dispute in a unionized workplace must go to labour arbitration, says lawyer

Uber’s California ballot initiative a ‘middle ground’ for employee/contractor classification: lawyer

Uber’s California ballot initiative a ‘middle ground’ for employee/contractor classification: lawyer

Prop 22 gives drivers minimum employment standards

For Muneeza Sheikh, work-life balance involves a lot more than work and family

For Muneeza Sheikh, work-life balance involves a lot more than work and family

Sheikh and two other female lawyers are joining Howard Levitt as named partners at Levitt LLP

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