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].

Employer's attempt to avoid liability thwarted by oppression remedy

Alberta case a reminder to implement enforceable employment agreements that accurately reflect true nature of relationship

Employer's attempt to avoid liability thwarted by oppression remedy

Arbitrator allows exemption to vax requirement on basis of creed

Member of small sect of Roman Catholics worked in health care in Ontario

Arbitrator allows exemption to vax requirement on basis of creed

Another vaccination policy upheld in arbitration decision

Ontario company requires employees to have third dose or 'booster' shot

Another vaccination policy upheld in arbitration decision

Further guidance on 'right to disconnect' policy requirements

Strategic use of contracts and policies is critical to protecting workplaces

Further guidance on 'right to disconnect' policy requirements

More legislative changes in Ontario

COVID-19-related extensions and further details on Bill 27

More legislative changes in Ontario

COVID-19 vaccination policies put to the test

A review of recent arbitration awards shows mixed results for employers

COVID-19 vaccination policies put to the test

Injunction denied regarding COVID-19 vaccination policy

Employers should consider carefully whether a vaccine mandate is justified, or whether less invasive measures are available

Injunction denied regarding COVID-19 vaccination policy

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