Unraveling Good Faith in the Employment Relationship
Author(s): Ontario Bar Association
Publication Date: February 2019
Format: shipped (hardcopy), download (PDF)


Description
Since the Supreme Court of Canada's seminal decision in Bhasin v. Hrynew, bad faith is routinely pleaded in employment cases. Join us to explore what good faith means in the employment context, and how Bhasin is being interpreted and applied by the lower courts and arbitrators.

How does this decision interact with the SCC's landmark decision on aggravated and punitive damages in Honda v. Keays? Our expert faculty will share valuable insights on how to distinguish between punitive, aggravated and bad faith damages, and share valuable strategies for bringing or responding to allegations of bad faith.

PROGRAM CHAIRS

Bethan Dinning, Borden Ladner Gervais LLP
Adrian Ishak, Senior Corporate Counsel, Global Labour and Employment, Salesforce

TABLE OF CONTENTS

Unraveling Bad Faith Dismissals: Historical Developments and a Recent Empirical Study
Professor Bruce Curran, University of Manitoba

Acting Honestly: The Obligations of Good Faith in Employment Law
Jack Baithwaite, Weaver Simmons LLP
Zachary T. Courtemanche, Weaver Simmons LLP

Impact of Bhasin v Hrynew on Grievance Arbitration
Elaine Newman, Arbitrator and Mediator
David Beck-MacNeil, B.A Hon. `15, J.D Candidate `19

What Every Lawyer Needs to Know about Efforts to Secure Bad Faith Damages at the Trial of an Employment Action
Hugh Scher, Scher Law Professional Corporation
Jeffery Childs, Scher Law Professional Corporation

Practical Strategies and Helpful Advice for Seeking and Defending Against Bad Faith Damages - Presentation
Natalie MacDonald, MacDonald & Associates

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