Workplace sexual harrassment not tolerated at companies of any size.

Fresh out of high school, at the age of 18, Rebecca landed a job selling cell phones at a small store.  Some days she worked alone. Other days the store owner would work with her and occasionally his wife would be there.
 

A lesson for the litigious

Here’s a lesson to be learned from an interesting estates case. 

Human Rights passion powers employment lawyer.

An abiding interest in people combined with a background in human rights is what inspires Hamilton employment lawyer Jennifer Zdriluk.

Cases explore police role in connecting accused with counsel.

Several recent Ontario decisions may not only change the way in which police inform accused persons of how they can exercise the right to counsel in accordance with the Charter, but also how police may have to help implement that right, Hamilton criminal lawyer Jeffrey Manishen writes in The Lawyer’s Daily.

TTC Decision not a license to drug test for employers.

 An Ontario court has ruled that Toronto's public transit agency is allowed to randomly test its employees for drug and alcohol use.

Employers should think twice before offering an alternative position instead of terminating an employee.

Most often when a workplace is being reorganized and a position eliminated, the person filling that role is simply terminated. Sometimes, however, there is a twist.

When a union member has the right to hire a lawyer.

Question: I worked in a large food processing plant for eight years before I was terminated. As a result of a degenerative back condition, my doctor limited how much weight I could lift at any given time.

My divorce lawyer was joking and friendly with my ex’s lawyer at family court. Should I be worried?

NO! You are probably going to benefit from this positive relationship and communication.

Hamiltonian Abradjian at home in the courtroom

Hamilton commercial litigation lawyer Mark Abradjian takes great satisfaction in seeing his firm grow at the same time his hometown is experiencing an overall boom.

The Highway Traffic Act Protects Drivers and Pedestrians

It is up to both drivers and pedestrians to keep everyone safe on Ontario roads.