"What ‘Exceptional Circumstances’ Warrant Longer Notice Periods?"

27 April 2022
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In today's Legal Matters, Stephen Moreau discusses “reasonable notice” of termination  by employers, and what are the exceptional circumstances where notice periods are not capped at 24 months.

A copy of the commentary can be found here.

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