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Appellate Court Finds Waiver of Common Law Notice Valid, Considers Continuity of Service under ESA

In Ariss v NORR Limited Architects & Engineers, the Ontario Court of Appeal upheld a decision of a motion judge who considered the appellant’s entitlements under the common law and the Employment Standards Act, 2000 (ESA) upon termination. Background In 1986, the appellant began employment with a company which was sold to the respondent employer…

Rono Khan

Rono Khan has completed his second year of the JD program at Queen’s University. He received his Honours Bachelor of Science degree (with Distinction) in Biology and Chemistry from the University of Toronto at the Mississauga campus. In his first year of law school, Rono was a volunteer with Pro Bono Students Canada, and a volunteer editor for the Canadian Labour and Employment Law Journal.

Canadian Association of Counsel to Employers (CACE): 16th Annual Conference

Overview OHS Session: Deep in the Trenches: Practical Tips in Defending OHS Charges An action-packed panel built around one or more scenarios, this panel will provide you with: practical tips for defending OHS charges; guidance on how to establish due diligence; and best practices for documenting due diligence. Practice Corner 2.0: Tips For the Use…

Kayley Leon

Kayley has completed her second year of the Dual J.D. program at the University of Windsor and the University of Detroit Mercy School of Law. Prior to law school, Kayley received a Bachelor of Arts in Media, Information and Techno-culture from the University of Western Ontario. Kayley is the Online Editor of Detroit Mercy’s Law Review and is President of Phi Alpha Delta Law Fraternity at the University of Detroit Mercy.

Jamie Burns

Jamie Burns has completed her second year of the J.D. program at Queen’s University. She received her Bachelor of Commerce (Honours) degree from Queen’s University. Jamie has also completed her Occupational Health and Safety Certificate from Ryerson University.

The Lawyer’s Daily Publishes an Article Authored by Amanda Lawrence-Patel on Law Around Service Animals

LexisNexis Canada’s The Lawyer’s Daily published an article authored by Hicks Morley’s Amanda Lawrence-Patel titled, “Law Around Service Animals.” “The recent increase in media reports regarding requests by individuals to access their service animals, or “therapy pets” or “compassion pets” in the course of their employment and in accessing services has caused various organizations to consider…