This Week's Issue
Neil Etienne - Monday, November 23, 2015
In a case that raises significant issues for defence counsel around their visits to clients in custody, many Toronto lawyers are applauding an Ontario Court of Appeal ruling that set aside a drug-smuggling conviction against a colleague.
When companies terminate someone for misconduct, the employee is not entitled to compensation. This is nothing new as just cause for termination is usually a complete defence to any allegation of wrongful dismissal.
- Lawyers applaud Gravesande ruling
- Camp complaint raises broader concern about judges’ attitudes: prof
- Big expectations for new justice minister
- Analytics playing a growing role in partner compensation
- Focus: In-house counsel taking bonus battle to appeal court
- Courts ‘taking a harder line’ on vexatious lawsuits