April 2021

In April of 2021, Simon was involved in a novel decision by the Ontario Human Rights Tribunal on whether the Ontario Human Rights Code applied to private property that was fractionally owned by numerous individuals. This case explained how the Human Rights Code applies to certain parts of private property but not others.A link to the ruling can be…

November 2020

In November of 2020, Simon successfully defended a former employee of a defunct business from a finding of “directors liability” by the Ministry of Labour under the Employment Standards Act, 2000. Directors of corporation in Ontario can be statutorily liable for numerous employee issues including minimum entitlements under the Ontario Employment Standards Act, 2000. This case is…

June 2009

In 2009, Simon conducted a successful judicial review of a decision of an Adjudicator appointed under the Canada Labour Code for failing to provide the corporation procedural fairness in refusing to provide them the opportunity to cross examine witnesses and review documents. The decision under review was quashed and remitted back for reconsideration.A link to the ruling…