Successfully overturned initial entitlement based on the argument that there was no accident or injury arising out of and in the course of the worker’s employment.

Successfully argued for the removal of claim costs from the employer’s experience rating due to third-party negligence in a motor vehicle accident.

Successfully argued at the WSIAT that an employer’s offer of modified duties to be performed at home was safe and suitable, and therefore loss of earnings benefits for the worker were not in order.

Obtained 75% SIEF cost relief at a WSIAT appeal for a back injury, based on a pre-accident disability which contributed to the worker’s injury.

Successfully argued that the employer was not in breach of their re-employment obligation upon the termination of a worker, and successfully argued that the worker was not entitled to loss of earnings benefits post-termination.

Successfully represented an employer before the Federal Court in a judicial review of a decision of the Canadian Human Rights Commission dismissing a complaint against the employer as vexatious.

Represented an individual officer and corporation in a claim for intentional infliction of mental suffering, harassment and human rights violations.

Represented multiple directors in complex litigation which involved multiple motions from both parties and included claims of defamation, tort of intentional interference with contractual relations, reprisal and wrongful dismissal.

Represented directors and officers in a proposed misclassification class proceeding.

Represented the employer and multiple directors in complex litigation cases involving constructive dismissal and oppression claims.