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In the News/25 August 2020

CUPW and Foodora Reach Settlement for Couriers

[TORONTO], August 25, 2020 – On April 27, 2020, Foodora Canada ("Foodora") filed a notice of intention to make a proposal (“Proposal&rdquo... 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
In the News/27 April 2020

Cavalluzzo Obtains Interim Order against Long Term Care Homes

A team of Cavalluzzo lawyers filed an urgent injunction with the Superior Court requesting an interim order requiring four LTC homes to comply with Di... Read More
News/31 March 2020

Foodora Couriers Win Right to Join Union

Foodora Couriers win Right to Join Union in Historic Precedent for Gig Economy Workers   Read More
News/30 January 2020

Closing Arguments Heard in Key Case over Future of Gig Economy

Closing arguments were heard today regarding the Foodora case at the Labour Board.  A copy of the Toronto Star article regarding the hearing can ... Read More
News/20 September 2019

Advocate Daily: "Be wary of termination agreements that limit entitlements"

Advocate  Daily:  "Be wary of termination agreements that limit entitlements" Read More
News/12 September 2019

Ryan White represents Foodsters United/ CUPW as hearings begin on the fight to unionize Foodora workers

On September 10, 2019 hearings on the application filed by Foodsters United and the Canadian Union of Postal Workers to unionize Foodora workers began... Read More
News/10 September 2019

Foodora Couriers Union Hearing

Foodora Couriers Union Hearing Read More
News/10 September 2019

Future of Gig Economy Workers at Stake in Foodora Couriers Unionization Battle

Future of Gig Economy Workers at Stake in Foodora Couriers Unionization Battle Read More
News/29 August 2019

Advocate Daily: "OCA Affirms Notice Period Exceptions Granted in Rare Cases"

Advocate Daily: "OCA Affirms Notice Period Exceptions Granted in Rare Cases" Read More
News/25 July 2019

ONA Successfully Challenges Arbitration Decision in Divisional Court

In ONA v Cambridge Memorial Hospital and Arbitrator Dana Randall, the Divisional Court set aside an arbitration award involving a nurse suffering subs... Read More
News/21 June 2019

Divisional Court Quashes York University Decision to Discipline Striking Students

In Ball v Audette, the Divisional Court quashed disciplinary measures taken by York University against members of its graduate student bargaining unit... Read More
News/20 June 2019

Congratulations to Cole Eisen on Winning the Canadian Bar Association's 2019 Labour and Employment Law Student Essay Contest

Cole Eisen, a 2019 Cavalluzzo summer student and law student at the University of Toronto Faculty of Law, was announced as the winner of the Canadian ... Read More
News/20 June 2019

Court of Appeal Rules in Favour of CUPW Casual Workers

On June 11, 2019, the Ontario Court of Appeal ruled in favour of CUPW casual workers in a decision arising from a grievance of a casual postal worker&... 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/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/5 December 2018

Cavalluzzo Secures Big Win at Arbitration — Human Rights Violation for Terminating an Employee Due to Theft Caused by Addiction

On December 4, 2018, Arbitrator Eli Gedalof released a highly anticipated Award in this difficult and contentious area of labour relations. In a griev... Read More
News/4 December 2018

Ford Government's Bill 47 Receives Royal Assent and Rolls Back Employment and Labour Reforms

On November 21, 2018, Bill 47, which repeals many reforms implemented in 2017 under the Fair Workplaces, Better Jobs Act, received royal assent. We ha... Read More
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