Lim v. Craig’s Boyz Trucking and another, 2014 BCHRT 133

Our client brought a Human Rights complaint against his employer for discrimination on the basis of his disability. The parties agreed to settle the matter shortly before the hearing date, however, the employer refused to complete the settlement for several months. Our client applied to the Human Rights Tribunal for confirmation of the settlement. The Tribunal found in our client’s favour, upholding the settlement and awarding him $1,000 in costs, plus disbursements. In so doing, the Tribunal held that the employer’s conduct was both “deplorable” and “improper”.

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