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  • ACCE 2017 Golf ClassicJuly 4, 2017

    Date: July 13, 2017 Time: Registration: 11:00 am; Lunch: 11:30 am; Tee Off: 1:30 pm; Dinner Reception: 6:30 pm Location: Angus Glen Golf Club, 10080 Kennedy Rd., Markham, ON L6C 1N9 Tournament Format: 4-Person Scramble/Shot Gun Minken Employment Lawyers is pleased to be a sponsor for the Association … Read more »

  • Welcome to Minken Employment LawyersJune 27, 2017

    Our Exclusive Focus Minken Employment Lawyers provides expert legal services, both locally and abroad, on a full range of Canadian workplace issues. As a boutique firm, we practice employment law exclusively and have over 28 years of experience in guiding both employers and employees. For a full lis … Read more »

  • Aggravated Damages Awarded to Employee Falsely Accused of Theft and Terminated for CauseJune 27, 2017

    The British Columbia Supreme Court’s recent decision in Ram v. The Michael Lacombe Group Inc., 2017 BCSC 212 made headlines due to its egregious set of facts and the quantum of damages awarded to a fast food employee who was terminated after allegedly stealing a sandwich. The court awarded the emplo … Read more »

  • Thursday Nights at the BandstandJune 10, 2017

    Thursday Nights at the Bandstand Returns for its 9th Season of Outstanding Music in Unionville. This year’s series runs on consecutive Thursday evenings from June 15 through August 31 from 7:30 to 9 p.m. PDF Press Release To see photos from our past events, visit our Event Photos page. For more info … Read more »

  • Childcare & Eldercare Obligations – Not Necessarily Grounds for AccommodationJune 6, 2017

    In Canada (Attorney General) v. Johnstone, 2014 FCA 110, the Federal Court of Appeal confirmed that childcare obligations are protected as being part of an individual’s “family status”. The court laid out a four-part test for triggering an employer’s duty to accommodate an employee’s obligations on … Read more »