In Wisser v CEM International, 2022 ABQB 414, an employee was able to hold a related corporation and directors personally liable for severance.
Currie v Nylene, 2022 ONCA 209 is a new appeal decision where an exceptional 26 month severance award was upheld.
In Oostlander v Cervus, 2022 ABQB 200, the Alberta Court of Queen’s Bench awarded 24 months’ severance to a non-management employee.
Verigen v Ensemble Travel, 2021 BCSC 1934, is a new case where an employer had to pay severance despite decline in business due to COVID
In First Choice Collision v Talbot, the Alberta employment standards appeal tribunal rejected an employer’s argument that the employee had resigned.
The Saskatchewan Court of Appeal upheld a just cause termination for an employee who had an angry and rude outburst with his boss.
Bass v Boston Pizza, 2021 ABPC 315 is a new Alberta decision where the employer’s just cause argument failed and the short-term employee did well.
Cordeau-Chatelain is a new Alberta case where a middle manager was awarded 18 months reasonable notice severance, in part because she is female
Schaufert v Calgary Co-Op is a new Alberta case where the court awarded 24 months reasonable notice plus discretionary bonuses as severance.
Younesi v Kaz Minerals Project BV, 2021 BCSC 614 is a new wrongful dismissal decision out of British Columbia involving…
Mohammed v Ag Dexterra is a case involving a high notice period for a short service employee, and a finding that COVID-19 made finding work harder.
New Ontario case awards 26 months, cracking usual cap of 24 months!
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