Employer’s Right of Suspension

The leading decision on this issue comes from the Supreme Court of Canada[1]. In this case, the Court determined that a suspension without pay would in most cases be a breach of the employment relationship unless such conduct was based on either an express or an implied term of the contract. Recent Law The Ontario […]

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Contractual Terms – What You Read May Not Define Your Case

 Interpreting the Contract Often many people believe that the clearly stated words in a contract will govern their legal rights. They may be mistaken in this presumption. Take, for example, the case of a contract which was described as an “Independent Consulting Agreement” which allowed the company the right to terminate the agreement for any […]

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