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Employee Incompetence -What Employers Need to Know

The 2023 case of Chu v. China Southern Airlines Company Limited, 2023 BCSC 21 serves as a lesson to employers on what is required to fire an employee for incompetence. In this case, the employer acted in a flagrantly misguided manner by manufacturing a just cause case against an elderly employee. The employer asserted that […]

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Employment Law
Common Challenges in Divorce & Separation

Property Division – What you need to Know

If you are getting a divorce and property division is an issue, it will be important for you to speak to an experienced lawyer. The laws regarding property division are different in each jurisdiction. Make sure that you talk to an experienced and knowledgeable lawyer in Etobicoke who can provide you with individualized legal advice.

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Family Law

Net Family Property, Unconscionability, and Unequal Division 

The Court of Appeal decision of Czieslik v. Ayuso, 2007 ONCA 305 changed the manner in which the courts have approached fault-based conduct and the division of net family property in Ontario. We will discuss how this important case has changed family law. Background  The parties married in 1989. This was the third marriage for the wife,

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Family Law

The High Bar of Proving Undue Hardship in Ontario

In Ontario, there is a presumption that a child support payor will pay the Table amount of child support in accordance with s. 3(1) of the Federal Child Support Guidelines, SOR/97-175. The Table amount of child support is determined by two factors – the payor’s income and the number of children. Schedule 1 of the

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Pohl v. Hudson’s Bay Company, 2022 ONSC 5230 – Employers who fail to comply with the ESA do so at their own peril

Background The Plaintiff, Darren Pohl, started working at the Hudson’s Bay Company in 1992. After a history of positive work performance, he worked his way up to the position of a Sales Manager where he oversaw eight departments and had 30 sales associates reporting to him. On September 15, 2020, during the COVID-19 pandemic, HBC

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