Geller v. Sable Resources Ltd., 2014 BCSC 171

Our employee client brought a successful claim in BC Supreme Court against his former employer for wrongful dismissal and was awarded $20,000 in damages. After the court gave its ruling, the employer contested our client’s claim for costs, arguing that the damages award fell within the jurisdiction of the Provincial Court and was also less than the amount the employer had offered our client (on “the eve of trial”) to settle the case. The trial judge considered these arguments and again ruled in our client’s favour, finding that he was entitled to costs.

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