The Law of Inducement in Canadian Employment Law

Intentional Interference in Canada


Mr. Chsherbinin’s book, The Law of Inducement in Canadian Employment Law, is designed to act as a comprehensive resource tool, combining commentary, cases reports and detailed notes on the subject that forms an increasingly integral part of employment law – economic torts. The aim of the book is to provide practical legal research with a straightforward analysis for the assessment of liability for intentional interference with contractual and economic relationships, in the context of employment.

Book Reviews:

“This thoughtful book is a must have in every serious employment lawyer’s library – a concise analytical clarification of an area of the law which has historically been confused and confusing.”

William R. Gale, Mus. Bac., LL.B.
Senior Partner
Grosman, Grosman & Gale LLP
Employment & Labour Lawyers

“Straightforward analysis of a complex area of law. A recommended read for every employment law practitioner.”

Fateh Salim, LLB, LLM
Legal Director & Counsel
Ministry of the Attorney General (Ontario)
Director at Advocates’ Society

“The Law of Inducement in Canadian Employment Law… brings to the legal practitioner a detailed analysis of the case law dealing with the not uncommon situation of an employee who is encouraged to breach an employment contract….”

John Allen, LLB, LLM
Partner at Allen & Allen,
Part-time Professor in Business Law at Ryerson University.