Assisted a College in successfully defending a human rights application in which a student alleged failure to provide retroactive accommodations based on family status: Ananda v. Humber College Institute of Technology & Advanced Learning, 2017 HRTO 611 (CanLII)
Successfully defended against a claim that incentive pay was payable during an employee’s notice period.
Successfully defended several claims that termination clauses were not enforceable.
Successfully defended claims by U.S. employees that their employment was covered by Ontario law.
Successfully defended against certification of a class of employees asserting they were owed overtime pay because of misclassification.
Successfully argued that the “residential management rights” theory applies at the Ontario Labour Relations Board.
Successfully argued before the Social Security Tribunal, Appeals Division that employees on lockout are not entitled to Employment Insurance benefits.
Representing a newly amalgamated GTA hospital before the Ontario Labour Relations Board in proceedings under the Public Sector Labour Relations Transition Act.
Successfully defending a hospital in a grievance by a specialist nurse asserting that the assignment of regular nursing duties where specialist duties were not available was a lay-off under the collective agreement.
Providing strategic advice to employers in all sectors regarding the changes to the Employment Standards Act under Bill 148.