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Extraordinary Damages in Canadian Employment Law
Par : Natalie C. MacDonald, B.A., LL.B.
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333,00 $
This publication written by an expert employment law practitioner is the first of its kind dealing with the area of special and extraordinary damage awards in wrongful dismissal cases. The book examines the various and newly emerging heads of damages being developed in civil courts across Canada including moral damages and the meaning of "bad faith" in wrongful dismissal situations, damages for mental distress, damages from actions based in tort, damages for humiliation, embarrassment and loss of self-esteem, punitive damages, as well as damages under both provincial and federal human rights legislation, among many other topics. The book also provides helpful sample pleadings, as well as an analysis of the meaning of these damages. It also includes a detailed analytical index.
À propos de l'auteur
Natalie C. MacDonald, B.A., LL.B., is the sole author of the legal textbook Extraordinary Damages in Canadian Employment Law (Carswell, 2010) and a founding partner of the Toronto employment law boutique Rudner MacDonald LLP. She represents both employees and employers in all aspects of employment law. She has successfully argued cases in the Ontario Superior Court of Justice, as well as in front of various Tribunals. One of her cases, Antidormi v. Blue Pumpkin Software Inc. [2004], is recognized as one of the leading decisions in the area of inducement. For the last four years, she was named one of Canada's Top Employment Law Practitioners in the Canadian HR Reporter special edition of Canada's Top Employment Law Practitioners. Ms. MacDonald is Editor-in-Chief of the Employment Bulletin and writes regularly for Canadian HR Reporter and Canadian Employment Law Today. She chairs and speaks frequently at conferences and comments on employment issues in print and broadcast media and on television. She is involved in consultations for employment and professional issues with various organizations, and was a guest instructor at Osgoode Hall Law School's Intensive Trial Advocacy Workshop, and will be teaching one of the accredited courses for Osgoode's Professional Development in the Spring.