December 2020

In the recent case, Kaminsky v Janston Financial Group, 2020 ONSC 5320, the plaintiff sued her former employer for wrongful dismissal after working for the defendant company for close to 18 years. Examinations were held out of court in order for each party to discover the other’s position on the lawsuit issues through questions. After...
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