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Canadian Employment Law
ISBN/ISSN/Product Number: 0-88804-218-3
Product Type: Supplemented book
Anticip. Upkeep Cost: $351 per supplement (4-6 supplements issued per year) Supplements invoiced separately
Number of Volumes: 2 volumes looseleaf, filed to date, with 2 months free service
Binding: 5-Ring Binder
Publication Date: 1996-06-01
Publisher: Canada Law Book
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Description
More than 6,145 cases cited! Also available in EmploymentSource – an online research service.

Canadian Employment Law is a one-stop reference that provides a thorough survey of the law and analysis of developing trends, suggesting potential avenues of attack as well as identifying potential weaknesses in the law.

Canadian Employment Law has been cited by the Supreme Court of Canada, in superior courts in every province in Canada and is used in law schools throughout Canada.

With methodically organized chapters covering the complete range of employment law, Canadian Employment Law provides the kind of detailed examination of the facts you can count on. The subject-matter is wide-ranging and addresses issues such as: wrongful dismissal, fiduciary obligations, tort law and vicarious liability issues, remedies, constitutional issues, occupational health and safety, employment contracts, duty of good faith and fidelity and human rights.

Includes a Table of Reasonable Notice – a chart, which groups together comparable types of positions so you can easily compare length of notice awards. Plus, all topics are illustrated with extensive case law and useful footnotes.
About the Author
Stacey Reginald Ball is a member of the Bar of Ontario, Alberta and British Columbia and has spent his entire career in the practice of employment and labour law. As a lawyer of the firm of Ball & Alexander, he has been winning counsel in a number of leading employment law cases, including Supreme Court of Canada decisions of Machtinger v. HOJ Industries Ltd., (1992) and Wallace v. United Grain Growers Ltd., (1997). He has published articles in many leading legal journals and is a former editor of the Canadian Cases on Employment Law and the Dismissal and Employment Law Digest (Canada Law Book).
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