Employment Law

03 Mar Employment Law

2019-06-20: Mr. Chsherbinin will be speaking at The Six-Minute Employment Lawyer conference on the topic of Restrictive Covenants in Employment Law.

2019-06-04: The Federal Court grants leave to judicially review a negative Humanitarian & Compassionate decision, which involves, inter alia, a legally blind man who requires his wife’s 24/7 support, which makes it impossible for her to obtain employment that pays enough to sponsor her widowed mother.

2019-04-15: The Law Times features Mr. Chsherbinin’s article “A New Category of Punitive Damages”.

2019-02-25: The Law Times publishes Mr. Chsherbinin’s article “Offers of Re-employment in Constructive Dismissals”.

2018-10-11: The Law Times features Mr. Chsherbinin’s article “Deducting Pension Benefits in Wrongful Dismissals.”

2018-9-17: The Law Times publishes Mr. Chsherbinin’s article “Rescinding an Accepted Notice of Resignation.”

2018-9-12: The Lawyer’s Daily publishes Mr. Chsherbinin’s article “Employment Discrimination based on Citizenship.”

2018-8-20: The Law Times publishes Mr. Chsherbinin’s article “Impermissible Subdivision of a Termination Clause.”

2018-6-29: The Lawyer’s Daily publishes Mr. Chsherbinin’s article “Withdrawal of an Uninformed Guilty Plea.”

2018-6-4: The Law Times publishes Mr. Chsherbinin’s article “Former Employer Liable for Undiscovered Claims.”

2018-5-30: The Lawyer’s Daily publishes Mr. Chsherbinin’s article “Habeas Corpus and the Immigration Detention of Non-citizen.”

2018-5-29: Mr. Chsherbinin will speak at the B’nai Brith Trusts and Estate Seminar “Estate Tax Planning Gone Awry”. His topic is: legal concepts, issues and pitfalls that arise from the dismissal of a family member in the context of a family business. For more information, read here.

2017-10-02: Mr. Chsherbinin’s article titled “Without Prejudice” Offers in Wrongful Dismissals” has been published in the Law Times. It discusses three exceptions to the general rule prohibiting references to “without prejudice” settlement offers.

2017-9-30: In the context of immigration litigation before the Federal Court, Mr. Chsherbinin’s persuaded the Department of Justice to concede that a Narobi-based visa officer committed a reviewable error when he dismissed his client’s application for a study permit. The case has been referred back for reconsideration.

2017-8-7: Mr. Chsherbinin’s article titled “Dishonesty and Just Cause Dismissal” has been published in the Law Times. It discusses whether a single act of dishonesty may constitute cause for dismissal.

2017-7-24: Mr. Chsherbinin persuaded the Federal Court to certify a question of “general importance” in Bousaleh v. Canada, 2017 FC 716, being a rare procedural event that allows this matter to proceed to the Federal Court of Appeal.

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