Moore Law is a leading employment law firm in Peel Region, with extensive knowledge and experience in all aspects of non-union employment law.
We understand that for employees their careers represent an important part of their lives. Disruption in a career can be a difficult to navigate and create unwanted stress. Moore Law can assist in navigating such changes to reduce that stress and achieve meaningful results.
From a business perspective, the relationship between an employer and its employees is the cornerstone of enterprise. A disruption in that relationship can create undesired complications for an organization. Moore Law can ensure minimal interruption for our employer clients when faced with such challenges.
Moore Law can assist in all aspects of non-union employment law, including:
- Wrongful terminations
- Constructive Dismissal
- Guidance regarding Employment Standards Act
- Employment Contract Review
- Human Rights
- Performance Improvement Plans
- Disciplinary Issues
- Interpretation and advice regarding restrictive agreements, including non-competition, non-solicitation, and non-disclosure or confidentiality agreements.
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Select Representative Work:
Global West Development Ltd. v. 16380 Jane Street Inc. et al, 2021 ONSC 4284: Successfully obtained leave to register certificate of pending litigation against 10 acre commercial property arising out of dispute between partnership on a 2-day motion.
HQIC and Circlemed Inc. v. Hamdani, 2020 ONSC 3403: Successfully resisted motion for summary judgment sought by all defendants in lawyers’ negligence action seeking damages more than $650,000.00
Phyzex Technologies Inc. v. Correct Development Corporation, 2019 ONSC 278: Successful trial decision dismissing all claims against Defendant Landlord and obtaining judgment on crossclaim in full amount sought.
Royal Bank of Canada v. Aleksandar Mijailovic, et al., 2018 ONSC 6798: Successfully resisted motion for summary judgment by bank against guarantors of corporate debt
986806 Ontario Ltd. v. Blyth, 2016 ONSC 8087: Successful motion by Defendant Client to stay action and continue in arbitration; also successfully resisted cross-motion for appointment of receiver.
Milicevic v. T. Smith Engineering Inc., 2016 ONSC 2166: [co-counsel] Agent for Plaintiff’s counsel on motion by Defendants to have counsel removed for conflict. Motion successfully resisted.
Gaur v. Datta, 2015 ONSC 151: [co-counsel] Successfully appealed dismissal of client’s action under Rule 21.
Santos v. Sangwan, 2015 ONSC 822: Successfully appealed dismissal of client’s application for breach of contract relating to sale of business