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Serious insight for serious situations.

Can a director, officer or shareholder be a “common employer”?

In a recent decision, the Divisional Court considered whether a director, officer or shareholder of a business may be a “common employer” along with the business itself. The implication of this decision is significant, particularly for individuals running closely-held corporations: if he or she is deemed to be a “common employer”, then he or she

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To summary judgment, or not to summary judgment, that is the question

While employment lawyers do not ponder the same life or death issues as Hamlet in his famous soliloquy, they face difficult issues about how to approach employment litigation. In particular, employment lawyers must consider whether they should bring a summary judgment motion to seek a quick resolution to their clients’ cases or proceed through the

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