Ken Krupat

January 4, 2013

Ontario Imposes Collective Agreements on Teachers – CTV Interview

The Ontario Government passed Bill 115, entitled the “Putting Students First Act” in September 2012.  The legislation allowed the Provincial government to set rules that local […]
October 26, 2012

Racial Discrimination Suit Against The Bachelor Dismissed: Would We Get The Same Result?

Should freedom of expression always trump racial equality in broadcasting?  In a nutshell, that was the issue to be decided by a Tennessee district court earlier […]
October 25, 2012

Wrongfully Dismissed Employees May Be Required to Return to Work if “Recalled”

Can an employer “recall” an employee back to work as a way of avoiding a wrongful dismissal lawsuit?  Even if the employee was wrongfully dismissed?  Since […]
October 23, 2012

Workplace Privacy: Two Recent Canadian Decisions: Is your workplace computer private?

Workplace privacy is a rapidly changing area of law.  Two recent Canadian court decisions have provided mixed messages for employees in the area of privacy protection.  […]