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Mar 9, 2017
Article

Dionne v. Quebec (C.L.P): The Supreme Court of Canada Affirms Income Rights for Pregnant Supply Teachers in Quebec, (2015) 23 E.L.J. 261

Dionne v. Quebec (C.L.P): The Supreme Court of Canada Affirms Income Rights for Pregnant Supply Teachers in Quebec, (2015) 23 E.L.J. 261...
Mar 9, 2017
Article

Erazo v. Dufferin-Peel Catholic District School Board: Ontario Court Determine Catholic School Board Must Exempt a Student from Mass and Religious Retreats, (2016) 24 E.L.J. 172

Erazo v. Dufferin-Peel Catholic District School Board: Ontario Court Determine Catholic School Board Must Exempt a Student from Mass and Religious ......
Mar 9, 2017
Article

OPSEU v. Ontario: The Right to Meaningful Collective Bargaining Includes the Right to Adequate Information, (2016) 26 E.L.J. 82

OPSEU v. Ontario: The Right to Meaningful Collective Bargaining Includes the Right to Adequate Information, (2016) 26 E.L.J. 82 ...
Jan 30, 2017
Recent Decision

SG v Ontario (Criminal Injuries Compensation Board)

December 16, 2016 The Divisional Court has ruled that a victim of sexual assault is entitled to a new hearing at the Criminal Injuries Compensation......
Nov 3, 2016
Article

An Interview with the Chief Commissioner of the Ontario Human Rights Commission

On May 17, 2016, the Ontario Bar Association, Constitutional, Civil Liberties and Human Rights Section published an article written by Ashley Schui......
Nov 3, 2016

Regulatory Bodies and the Balancing of Charter Rights

This article is a case comment on the Trinity Western University v. Law Society of Upper Canada and was written for the Education and the Law ......
May 10, 2016
Recent Decision

OPSEU v. Ontario, 2016 ONSC 2197

Karen Ensslen was co-counsel in this case where the Court struck down legislation imposing collective agreements on all education-sector workers, f......
Jan 18, 2016

Susan Ursel Resume

January 18, 2016 Resume - Susan Ursel...
Oct 8, 2015
Recent Decision

DRPA Preliminary Award on Investigation Report

When the Durham Regional Police Association requested production of a report and other documents created during an independent harassment investiga......
Oct 8, 2015
Article

Tweeting with Care

In the last ten years social media has exploded into popular culture and has entered almost every aspect of daily life. The question of how this relates to workplace law remains open.
Oct 8, 2015
Recent Decision

International Union of Elevator Constructors, Local 50 v KONE

Immediately following legal argument, the OLRB directed the Grievor's immediate reinstatement and compensation.  The decision can be found here....
Oct 8, 2015
Recent Decision

Amalgamated Transit Union - Local 1587 (Savaryn) v Ontario (Metrolinx - GO Transit)

Arbitrator Gray of the Grievance Settlement Board upheld the grievance and directed that the Grievor be reinstated.  The decision is available......
Oct 8, 2015
Newsletter

Transit Law Update - Fall 2015

The UPFH Transit Law Update has been published and is being sent out to potentially interested organizations.  If you would like to be added t......
Nov 12, 2014
Recent Decision

OPSEU v. The Crown in Right of Ontario

Class action on behalf of a proposed class of employees of Community Care Access Centres whose pension rights have been negatively affected by reor......
Nov 12, 2014
Recent Decision

Occupy Toronto

Susan Ursel was counsel to five members of the Occupy movement in their attempt to assert their Charter Rights to freedom of assembly, association ......
Oct 10, 2014
Recent Decision

Ontario Secondary School Teachers’ Federation v. The Brant Haldimand Norfolk Catholic District School Board, 2014 ONSC 1657

Karen Ensslen was co-counsel to OSSTF in this case, where the Divisional Court found the employer liable for failing to enrol a 31-year employee in......
Oct 10, 2014
Recent Decision

Canadian Artists’ Representation v. National Gallery of Canada, 2014 SCC 42

Karen Ensslen was co-counsel to the Writers Guild of Canada in this case, where the Supreme Court of Canada upheld the rights of artists to bargain......
Jul 30, 2014
Recent Decision

Air Canada Companies' Creditors Arrangement Act proceedings

Acted as court appointed counsel to Union Retirees of Air Canada in respect of their pension and benefits rights, in this interesting and historic ......
Jul 30, 2014
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