Represented a legal publisher in two “right to be forgotten” brought by individuals challenging the publisher’s right to publish case law based on privacy grounds.
Twice successfully defended grievances on behalf of universities whose unions challenged the outsourcing of e-mail systems to the cloud.
Currently representing several clients in responding to both employment and service based HRTO applications.
Represented a small business in an unlawful reprisal claim at the Ontario Labour Relations Board.
Represented a security company in an unfair labour practice application under the Canada Labour Code at the Canada Industrial Relations Board.
Assisted in successfully upholding the dismissal of an employee at grievance arbitration.
Represented a municipality in a judicial review application relating to the disclosure of labour relations records under the Municipal Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act.
Successfully represented a public health board in a judicial review application relating to disclosure of personal information that was held to be in the public interest under the Municipal Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act before the Ontario Divisional Court and Ontario Court of Appeal.
Successfully represented a public health unit on the judicial review (and later motion for leave to appeal) of a Human Rights Tribunal of Ontario’s decision to dismiss an application regarding discrimination on the basis of several protected grounds, including race.
Successfully represented an entertainment facility on the appeal of the employee’s application to the court for a declaration that the facility had surrendered its common law right to terminate without notice through its policies and procedures.