As an employer, to ensure that you are complying with all of your obligations relating to a variety of issues in the workplace, it is recommended to hire an experienced employment lawyer to assist you in conducting a workplace investigation.
Workplace investigations are recommended for harassment complaints, human rights complaints, employee misconduct, workplace accidents and many other scenarios.
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Sample of Our Wrongful Dismissal Court Decisions
Drysdale v. Panasonic Canada Inc., 2015 ONSC 6878
Court Awards Our Client 22 Months of Pay
In Drysdale v. Panasonic Canada Inc., 2015 ONSC 6878, the employer argued that Mr. Drysdale, a warehouse worker, was not “management” and therefore he was entitled to lesser overall severance. We defeated the employer’s argument. The court awarded our client 22 months of notice. Click here to read employment law expert Barry Fisher’s article about this case.Read More
Summerfield v. Staples Canada Inc., 2016 ONSC 3656
Court Awards Our Client 16 Months of Pay
In Summerfield v. Staples Canada Inc., 2016 ONSC 3656. Our client refused an unacceptable severance package and hired us to get the severance she deserved. The court awarded our client (a 39 year old salesperson with less than 5 years’ seniority) 6 months pay in lieu of notice (more than one month per year of service!). Click here to read about this case on the Canadian Lawyer & Law Times Blog.Read More
Patterson v. IBM Canada, 2017 ONSC 1264
Court Awards Our Client 18 Months of Pay
In Patterson v. IBM Canada, 2017 ONSC 1264, Mr. Patterson was terminated from his employment after 20 years of loyal service. The employer offered a substandard severance package. We were able to get Mr. Patterson 18 months of compensation.Read More
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