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"Pension and Benefits Implications of Abolishing Mandatory Retirement: The Legal Perspective"

Jurisdiction: - Ontario

Randy V. Bauslaugh has written a paper entitled, "Pension and Benefits Implications of Abolishing Mandatory Retirement: The Legal Perspective" (November 24, 2005).

Mr. Bauslaugh is a lawyer at Blake, Cassels & Graydon LLP. The paper was written for Osgoode Hall Law School Professional Development.

Human Rights Tribunal sets out key factors when determining if person in "employment relationship" for purposes of Code

Jurisdiction: - British Columbia
Sector: - Health Care

In Crane v. B.C. (Ministry of Health Services) and others, 2005 BCHRT 361, the BC Human Rights Tribunal summarized the applicable principles as follows when determining if a person is in employment relationship such that they are protected by the Human Rights Code:  read more »

"Employer Liability in the Administration of Benefits Plans"

"Employer Liability in the Administration of Benefits Plans" (October 1, 2000) is the title of a paper written by Elizabeth J. Forster at Blaney McMurtry in Ontario.

The paper covers the following topics:

  1. Obligation to Extend Benefit Coverage Upon Termination of Employment
  2. Misrepresentation by Employer of Employee Benefits
  3. Liability for Misrepresentations, Errors and Omissions in Administering Benefit Policies
  4. Vested Rights
  5. Ontario Human Rights Code
  6. Fiduciary Obligations
  7. Employment Standards Act