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  • Employers’ Duty of Good Faith and the Enforceability of Deemed ResignationsOctober 11, 2018

    By Joseph Oppenheim, Carbert Waite LLP   In Jonasson v. Nexen, 2018 ABQB 598, a major energy company was judged to have acted in bad faith by seeking to rely upon a deemed resignation clause in its leave of absence agreement (“LOA Agreement”). The employee was deemed to have been dismissed without c … Read more »

  • Explanation of Formal OffersAugust 2, 2018

    By Joseph Oppenheim, Carbert Waite LLP In most civil cases, the outcome is not entirely predictable. Generally speaking, there are three narratives to every case: (1) the plaintiff’s narrative; (2) the defendant’s narrative; and most importantly (3) the trial judge’s narrative, formed on review of a … Read more »

  • The Brenda Strafford Foundation 2018 Golf ClassicJuly 19, 2018

    Michael Waite of Carbert Waite LLP (L) Carbert Waite LLP was proud to be one of the sponsors and participants of The Brenda Strafford Foundation 2018 Golf Classic, which occured on June 12th, 2018. This annual charity golf classic was able to raise over $75,000 to support innovative and interactive … Read more »

  • The Great Bar Band Battle 2018July 16, 2018

    Carbert Waite LLP was honoured to support this year’s Great Bar Band Battle, on May 31st, 2018 in Calgary. Thanks to the involvement and support from the Calgary Bar Association and many other sponsors, Carbert Waite proudly included, $34,000 in donations was raised for Calgary Legal Guidance. Calga … Read more »

  • You Were Just Laid Off – Now What?June 26, 2018

    By Justine Johnson, Carbert Waite LLP You were just laid off. You are shocked and overwhelmed. You know you have rights and you are unsure if you were treated fairly by your former employer but you do not know what to do next. A helpful first step is to schedule an appointment with an employment law … Read more »