Current issues in mitigation: the duty to mitigate in the face of a constructive dismissal or re-employment offer

This 2007 article considers issues in the law of mitigation, such as an employee’s duty to mitigate her losses by accepting an offer of a different position with the employer in the context of a possible constructive dismissal.

Dismissing the Probationary and Short-term Employee

This paper, co-written by Simon, explores the courts’ responses to dismissals of short-term and probationary employees.

Inducing Breach of an Employment Contract

Jennifer wrote this paper on inducing breach of contract for the 2006 CLE Employment Law Conference.

Expedited Litigation Project

SImon and Wendy wrote this paper on the former BC Supreme Court Rule 68 for the 2006 CLE Employment Law Conference. Rule 68, which came into effect in 2005, established an expedited litigation pilot project.

I’ve Been Fired – Now What?

The challenge for many fired employees is to navigate their way through the legal issues of wrongful dismissal while coping with these feelings of loss. To do this, it often makes sense to get legal advice from a lawyer who specializes in employment law.

Employment Law Summary Trials

Simon co-authoured a paper for the CLE Conference entitled – You’re Fired – Selected Issues on Employment Law Summary Trials.

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