Brittany Taylor

Brittany Taylor

Brittany Taylor is a partner at Rudner Law in Toronto. She can be reached at (416) 864-8502 or [email protected].

Repudiate at your own risk

Employer's bad behaviour renders termination clause unenforceable

Repudiate at your own risk

Elections and employment law

Are employees entitled to time off from work to vote?

Elections and employment law

The movement towards mandatory vaccines in Canada

Recent directives and recommendations coincide with ramp-up of employer policies

The movement towards mandatory vaccines in Canada

‘Cause’ provision invalidates another termination clause

Recent court decision shows judiciary continue to hold employers to high standard in interpreting employment agreements

‘Cause’ provision invalidates another termination clause

‘Common employer’ clarified by Ontario Court of Appeal

Courts will examine parties’ conduct, not subjective thoughts, in assessing intent to create employment relationship

‘Common employer’ clarified by Ontario Court of Appeal

Ontario courts disagree on IDEL and constructive dismissal

Who got it right? We still don’t know

Ontario courts disagree on IDEL and constructive dismissal

How to draft ‘for cause’ termination provisions

Ontario Court of Appeal provides further guidance for employers

How to draft ‘for cause’ termination provisions

Ontario court awards 26-month reasonable notice period

Decision appears to contradict guidance from Court of Appeal two years ago

Ontario court awards 26-month reasonable notice period

Placing employees on IDEL constitutes constructive dismissal

Ontario Superior Court decision has massive ramifications for employers

Placing employees on IDEL constitutes constructive dismissal

Pandemic hardship? Not so fast

Ontario court calls for proof of hardship caused by pandemic to extend reasonable notice period

Pandemic hardship? Not so fast