CLV Special Report - When Can the Unionized Employee Sue?

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This report assesses, in the wake of the landmark Weber case, the evolution of the law on the right of unionized employees to bypass collective agreement remedies and claim damages directly from their employer. Despite the specific stipulations made in the Weber case, subsequent arbitrations and court cases have changed things even more. A quick checklist will guide you in deciding whether a claim is likely or unlikely to fall under the arbitrators jurisdiction. Table of Contents Introduction Statutory Regime Before Weber Weber Post-Weber Conclusion Endnotes Appendices.

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Carswell

Practice Area:
Human Resources,Labor and Employment Law

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General

Publication Date:
1999-01-12

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30835918

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30835918

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