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Frustration

One of the more interesting trends in the 2007 case law was a number of cases in which judges considered whether an employee’s contract of employment had become “frustrated” due to illness and disability. “Frustration” is an old legal concept taken from the law of contracts. It sets out the circumstances when one party to

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Welcome to RTLaw@Work

Happy New Year and welcome to the first edition of RTLaw@Work, Rubin Thomlinson’s weekly blog on new and noteworthy employment law cases. We could not say goodbye to 2007, without mentioning our favourite case of the year, Mercey v. Consolidated Recycling [2007] O.J. No. 3608 (QL). This decision was released in September, and is still

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