Financial Post: 13 July 2005 All Rights Reserved.
How do you win in court? A common adage is that winning or losing a trial is a function, in roughly equal proportions, of the strength of each side’s case, the skill of counsel and the judge you happen to draw. Continue reading How to Win an Employment Suit: Strategies for Employees and Employers
Financial Post: 6 July 2005 All Rights Reserved.
Employees in high-pressure jobs often jump before they are pushed and claim constructive dismissal, fearing that they will be otherwise fired.
Laara Sinclaire knew that her position, touting time-share condos in Whistler, B.C., was only as secure as her latest results. Continue reading Discipline Is Not the Same Thing as Firing
In the last several months, the courts handed out two cases of significant importance to fraud investigators. Continue reading Is Dishonesty Still Grounds for Termination?