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Blog/2 July 2020

Heller v Uber Technologies Inc: Supreme Court of Canada Finds Mandatory Arbitration Clause Unconscionable

The Supreme Court recently released its reasons in the much anticipated Uber case. In this landmark ruling, the Supreme Court ruled in an 8-...
Blog/24 June 2020

Termination Clauses Lose Again

Many employment contracts contain language that specifies what the employer must pay an employee when they end the employee’s employment.  ...
Blog/19 December 2019

Be wary of termination agreements that limit entitlements

People should always seek legal advice if they are asked to sign a termination agreement upon being hired since these contracts invariably favour the ...

Recent News

News/3 July 2020

Tyler Boggs Quoted in Toronto Star Article: “Human Rights Ruling Finds Sexual Harassment Common Among Toronto Police”

Tyler Boggs was recently quoted in the Toronto Star article titled “ Human Rights Ruling Finds Sexual Harassment Common Among Toronto Police.&nb... Read More
In the News/3 July 2020

Landmark Pay Equity Win for the Association of Ontario Midwives

In landmark legal decisions in 2018 (Liability Decision) and 2020  (Remedy Decision), the Human Rights Tribunal of Ontario (HRTO) ... Read More
News/17 June 2020

Cavalluzzo Lawyers Present at Six-Minute Labour Conference

Danielle Bisnar, Adrienne Telford and Ryan White present at the Law Society of Ontario’s Six-Minute Labour Law Conference, available as a on-dem... Read More

Recent Events

Event/Jun 25, 2020

Phil Abbink Speaks at Osgoode's "LTC and Retirement Homes in the Midst of a Pandemic"

Phil Abbink speaks at Osgoode's" LTC and Retirement Homes in the Midst of a Pandemic".  He will discuss  the many challenges faced by LTC an...
Event/May 21, 2020

Patricia D'Heureux Teaches at ETFO Course: "Professional Boundaries in the World of Distance Learning"

Patricia D'Heureux Teaches at ETFO Course:  "Professional Boundaries in the World of Distance Learning".  Patricia’s presentation focu...
Event/May 26, 2020

Patricia D'Heureux speaks at Osgoode Certificate in Human Rights Theory and Practice Conference

Patricia D'Heureux speaks at Osgoode's Certificate in Human Rights Theory and Practice Conference.  Patricia spoke on the issue of competing huma...

Recent Publications

Commentary/29 June 2020

"Unions Provide Essential Protection During Difficult Times"

 In today's Legal Matters' commentary, "Unions Provide Essential Protection During Difficult Times", Jeff Andrew discusses ways in which several ... Read More
Commentary/1 May 2020

"Dealing with the Employment Fallout from Coronavirus Shutdowns"

In today's Legal Matters' Commentary, "Dealing with the employment fallout from Coronavirus shutdown", Jeff Andrew discusses how the unparalleled fall... Read More
/31 March 2020

COVID-19 - Employment and Benefit Rights

We have prepared a list of frequently asked questions about your workplace rights and COVID-19 which can be accessed HERE. These are challenging ... Read More

Recent Cases

Case/13 July 2020

Foodora Inc.

On July 8, 2020, Cavalluzzo LLP (“Cavalluzzo”) was appointed as Representative Counsel of all individuals who were contracted by Foodora I...
Case/3 July 2020

Ontario v. Association of Ontario Midwives - Divisonal Court Ruling

Midwives Divisional Court Ruling

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