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- Employer Pays For Intimidating Employee During Termination
When it comes to terminating an employment relationship, employers don’t generally have an obligation to keep someone in their employ. We have covered topics such as payment in lieu of notice in other blogs, but it’s also worth discussing other factors which may impact someone’s compensation upon be … Read more »
- Court Assesses An Employee Becoming Disabled After Receiving Notice
When an employee spends a long time working for an employer, they likely feel confident that they are entitled to s significant period of notice (or payment in lieu of) should they be terminated without cause. A recent decision from the Alberta Court of Queen’s Bench highlights an instance where som … Read more »
- Can Business Interruption Insurance Help If Finances Are Mismanaged Following A Shutdown?
For business owners facing critical issues that might result in the temporary closure of their business, their worries extend far beyond remedying strictly the issue causing the stoppage. Rent or mortgages still have to be paid, employees have to be paid, and more. Business interruption insurance ex … Read more »
- Despite What The Rental Agreement Says, Employee Was Not Renting Vehicle For Himself
When someone is injured following a motor vehicle accident, they may be entitled to damages as a result of the injuries they suffer. While it can sometimes be easy to determine who is responsible to pay these damages, there are other instances where identifying the liable party can be trickier. Take … Read more »
- Plaintiffs Out Of Luck After Discovering Changes To Law Too Late
Canada’s laws are not set in stone, and decisions from the courts as well as changes enacted by lawmakers can lead to laws having significant changes. Sometimes a person might find that changes to the law might make something they had previously done no longer illegal (such as possession of marijuan … Read more »