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News/12 April 2019

Advocate Daily: "Class actions needed ‘when governments let us down’"

Advocate Daily:  "Class Actions Needed when Governments 'Let us Down'" Read More
News/8 April 2019

Equal Pay Day

Tuesday, April 9 is Equal Pay Day in Ontario.  Equal Pay Day marks how far into the new year the average woman must work to earn what men ea... Read More
News/2 April 2019

Pay Transparency Act Consultation open until April 5, 2019

Jan Borowy, lawyer and co-chair of Equal Pay Coalition

The Ontario Pay Transparency Act, 2018 is an important tool for employees and trade unions to better understand human rights and wage inequalities in ... Read More
News/22 March 2019

Cavalluzzo at Pro Bono Ontario

Cavalluzzo Lawyers Volunteer for the Day at Pro Bono Ontario Hotline.  The lawyers spent the day increasing access to justice for low income Ont... Read More
Firm News/13 March 2019

Superior Court Rules that Employee was Misclassified as an Independent Contractor and Termination Provision Violated the ESA

In Cormier v. 1772887 Ontario Limited, Cavalluzzo lawyers Christopher Perri and Alex St. John recently represented Kelly Cormier in a wrongful dismiss... Read More
News/12 March 2019

Cavalluzzo Lawyers represent USW Local 2251 in Algoma Steel Restructuring

Cavalluzzo represented the United Steelworkers Local 2251 (“USW Local 2251”) in the comprehensive restructuring of Essar Steel Algoma Inc.... Read More
News/6 March 2019

HRTO Hearing Cancellation Leaves Police Officer’s Case in Limbo

Cavalluzzo lawyers Kate Hughes and Tyler Boggs represent Police Constable Heather McWilliam in a sexual harassment application before the Human Rights... Read More
News/20 February 2019

Cavalluzzo Lawyers Support Gender Neutral Robing Rooms

On February 20, 2019, the Law Society of Ontario announced  that it is finally going to address the inequality of the men’s and w... Read More
Firm News/19 February 2019

Advocate Daily: "Federal Court approves settlement with moms denied extra EI benefits"

Advocate Daily: Federal Court approves settlement with moms denied extra EI benefits Read More
Firm News/15 February 2019

Grassy Narrows First Nation Pow Wow

Grassy Narrows is hosting a pow wow February 16-17, 2019. Cavalluzzo is a proud supporter of the pow wow, which is an important event meant to strengt... Read More
Firm News/12 February 2019

Tassia Poynter quoted in Law Times

Tassia Poynter was quoted in the January 28, 2019 edition of Law Times regarding a recently proposed class action lawsuit alleging that television pro... Read More
News/12 February 2019

SHAUN O’BRIEN APPOINTED TO SUPERIOR COURT OF JUSTICE IN ONTARIO

Shaun O’Brien, formerly a partner with Cavalluzzo, was recently appointed to the Superior Court of Justice in Ontario.  The firm wishes to ... Read More
Firm News/6 February 2019

Public release of FAFIA & Partners final submissions to the National Inquiry into Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women and Girls

Today the Canadian Feminist Alliance for International Action (FAFIA), Canada Without Poverty, and Dr. Pamela Palmater ("FAFIA & Partners") public... Read More
News/1 February 2019

Federal Court Approves Settlement in EI Sickness Class Action

On January 29, 2019, the Federal Court approved the settlement the Firm reached with the Government of Canada resolving the EI sickness class action o... Read More
News/17 January 2019

Ontario Court of Appeal Confirms that Construction Lien Act Deemed Trusts Survive Bankruptcy

In The Guarantee Company of Canada v. Royal Bank of Canada, a panel of five judges of the Ontario Court of Appeal confirmed that statutory deemed trus... Read More
News/16 January 2019

Cavalluzzo Wins Reinstatement and Damages for Employee Terminated for Misconduct Caused by Addiction

On January 10, 2019, Arbitrator Larry Steinberg released a decision in which he upheld ONA's grievance that a nurse suffering from an addiction, who h... Read More
News/14 January 2019

Advocate Daily: "Ride Sharing Class Action Back on Track Despite Province Bailing"

Advocate Daily: "Ride Sharing Class Action Back on Track Despite Province Bailing" Read More
News/11 January 2019

Supreme Court of Canada Restores Voting Rights to Canadians Overseas

In Frank v. Canada (Attorney General), the Supreme Court of Canada ruled that certain provisions of the Canada Elections Act unconstitutionally ... Read More

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