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718 pages
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Quitting for Good Reason: The Law of Constructive Dismissal in Canada
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Gain a clear understanding of the law, the legal remedies and how to take preventative steps to avoid a wrongful dismissal lawsuit with this unique look at constructive dismissal. It provides:
  • Expert advice on preparing for, conducting and defending against litigation
  • A summary of the constructive dismissal cases that have occurred in Canada over the last 25 years
  • Complete and thorough commentary so the reader gains practical information on every conceivable aspect of the substantive law on the subject
  • Information for both union and non-union employees
Drawing from the authors' extensive experience in employment law, Quitting for Good Reason: The Law of Constructive Dismissal in Canada presents invaluable guidance on how to prepare and conduct litigation.
À propos de l'auteur
The Late Honourable Mr. Justice Randall Scott Echlin was appointed to the Superior Court of Justice in Ontario in 2003. Before his appointment, he practiced at Borden Ladner Gervais LLP and was the National Chair of the Employment Law Department. An Honourary Life Fellow of The College of Labour & Employment Lawyers, Mr. Justice Echlin was consistently referenced in Lexpert Canada's Leading Employment Lawyers as one of the Top 500 Lawyers in Canada. He has published seven books on various employment law topics.
Jennifer Fantini is a partner at Borden Ladner Gervais LLP practising in the areas of labour relations and employment law. She advises public and private sector employers with respect to employee discipline and termination, wrongful dismissal, employment policies and contracts, employment standards, human rights issues, employment contracts and wrongful dismissal. Represents both employers and employees in wrongful dismissal and related civil litigation (at various levels of court), and appears on behalf of clients before various administrative tribunals, including the Human Rights Tribunal of Ontario, and the Ontario Labour Relations Board.