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MATERNITY LEAVE AND EMPLOYERS’ LIABILITY

Posted On: June, 01 2015
We previously wrote about the Small Claims Court decision Bray v Canadian College of Massage and Hydrotherapy, 2015 CanLii 3452 here. In addition to the lesson for plaintiffs in choosing the right forum, the Bray decision is also a cautionary tale for… more »
 

THE DOWNSIDE OF WINNING IN SMALL CLAIMS COURT & OTHER LESSONS FROM BRAY V CANADIAN COLLEGE OF MASSAGE AND HYDROTHERAPY

Posted On: May, 26 2015
The importance of issuing a claim for wrongful dismissal in the right forum became abundantly clear in the recent decision Bray v Canadian College of Massage and Hydrotherapy, 2015 Can Lii 3452. The plaintiff, Kelly Bray, brought a wrongful dismissal… more »
 

Pinto wray james llp's landmark victory before the ontario court of appeal in kassburg v. Sun life (disability insurance) published this week in the ontario reports.

Posted On: May, 08 2015
Link: http://digital.ontarioreports.ca/ontarioreports/20150508?utm_source=&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=unspecified#pg94 more »
 

Testing The Boundaries Of The Common Employer Doctrine

Posted On: April, 13 2015
The common employer doctrine allows individuals who have been wrongfully dismissed to extend liability past the employer who technically employs them to the “true” employer who has effective control over the employee.The limits of the common employer… more »
 

Informer Privilege Gives Rise To A Private Law Duty Of Care

Posted On: April, 06 2015
In the landmark February2015 decision, Nissen v. Durham Regional Police, 2015 ONSC 1268 (Nissen), the Ontario Superior Court established a private law duty of care in an informer privilege matter. In its decision, the Court awarded $345,000 in general… more »
 

The Standard of Review Analysis and Wilson v. Atomic Energy, 2015 FCA 17

Posted On: March, 31 2015
The Federal Court of Appeal’s decision in Wilson v Atomic Energy, 2015 FCA 17 (see previous blog post here) has added a new layer to the already exceptionally nuanced standard of review analysis where the decision under review is the subject of… more »
 

Andrew Pinto Gives Commentary Regarding Jewish Camp Issue on News Channel CP24

Posted On: March, 26 2015
On March 17, Andrew Pinto appeared on the TV news channel CP24 to provide commentary regarding a Jewish camp's desire to restrict its membership to Jewish children. The legal issue raised by the camp’s position is whether a summer camp with a… more »
 

Update: Unjust Dismissal Under the Canada Labour Code

Posted On: March, 25 2015
The Federal Court of Appeal recently released an important decision that clarifies the law relating to unjust dismissals under the Canada Labour Code (“Code”). In Wilson v Atomic Energy, 2015 FCA 17, the Court overturned a labour adjudicator’s decision… more »
 

Jonas Granofsky joins Pinto Wray James LLP as a Candidate – Ryerson Law Practice Program

Posted On: March, 19 2015
We welcome Jonas Granofsky to our legal team. As part of his program rotation at Pinto Wray James LLP, Jonas will be working in the areas of civil litigation, workplace law, and administrative and regulatory law. Jonas studied law at New York Law… more »
 

Cenobar Parker Joins the Pinto Wray James Legal Team

Posted On: March, 19 2015
We welcome Cenobar Parker to our legal team of professionals. Cenobar has a vast array of experience and provides advice and assistance to clients in all our practice areas including civil litigation, workplace law, and administrative and regulatory… more »
 

Big Win For Pinto Wray James LLP

Posted On: January, 24 2015
No Contracting out of Limitations Act, 2002 for Group LTD Policies: Ontario Court of Appeal Kassburg v. Sun Life Assurance Company of Canada, 2014 ONCA 922, a decision from the Ontario Court of Appeal released on December 29, 2014, represents a big win… more »
 

Scotiabank Employees Settle Class Action Lawsuit for Unpaid Overtime

Posted On: January, 24 2015
The Bank of Nova Scotia (“Scotiabank”) has reached a settlement with its employees in a class action involving a claim for unpaid overtime. In our previous blog posts, we have been following the case of Fulawka v. Bank of Nova Scotia. This case involved… more »
 

Nova Scotia Supreme Court awards $680,000 in punitive and aggravated damages in Long Term Disability (LTD) Insurance Case

Posted On: January, 24 2015
In a June 2014 decision, the Supreme Court of Nova Scotia awarded $500,000 in punitive and $180,000 in aggravated damages to plaintiff Bruce Brine as a result of his insurer Industrial Alliance’s (“Industrial”) failure to handle Mr. Brine’s claim for… more »
 

Procedural Fairness in the Academic Context

Posted On: January, 24 2015
In the recent case of Tsimidis v Certified General Accountants of Ontario, 2014 ONSC 4236, the Divisional Court granted Mr. Tsimidis’s application for judicial review of the CGA’s decision to withdraw him from its program of professional studies for… more »
 

You’re Out of Order! Civil Contempt of Court

Posted On: January, 24 2015
Civil contempt of court is defined as a private injury to a litigant arising from the opposing party’s disobedience of a court order or court process. When a court order is made by a judge requiring a litigant to do or refrain from doing some act, the… more »
 

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