Labour and employment

Melanie Henriques wants to normalize paralegals as law-firm partners

Melanie Henriques wants to normalize paralegals as law-firm partners

There is often a lot of value in small-dollar cases, she says

Court of Appeal finds mental health causally linked to offence, prison would threaten rehabilitation

Court of Appeal finds mental health causally linked to offence, prison would threaten rehabilitation

Ruling highlights how mental health challenges leading to criminality can stem from trauma: lawyer

Another ruling on whether COVID-related temporary layoffs are constructive dismissals

Another ruling on whether COVID-related temporary layoffs are constructive dismissals

Court of Appeal will address the issue and Ontario may clarify the regulation, says lawyer

Human Rights Tribunal extended protected ground of citizenship to include permanent residency: Court

Human Rights Tribunal extended protected ground of citizenship to include permanent residency: Court

Divisional Court’s decision leaves door open for similar challenges in the future, says lawyer

Second ruling on whether a COVID-related layoff is constructive dismissal produces opposite result

Second ruling on whether a COVID-related layoff is constructive dismissal produces opposite result

‘We have now this complete state of uncertainty,’ says employment lawyer Stuart Rudner

Superior Court ruling good sign for enforceability of arbitration clauses in employment contracts

Superior Court ruling good sign for enforceability of arbitration clauses in employment contracts

Court of Appeal’s ruling in Heller v. Uber had created uncertainty among employment lawyers