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Insight
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October 26, 2020

Ontario, Canada: Human Rights Tribunal Awards Significant Damages to Employee Who Acquiesced to Sexual Relationship with Supervisor

The Human Rights Tribunal of Ontario made a $170,000 damage award to a vulnerable employee who, after being sexually harassed by her direct supervisor, engaged in unwelcome sexual activity, fearing that if she refused she would lose her job.

Insight
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September 30, 2020

Saskatchewan, Canada: Court of Appeal Affirms Moral Damages Award Due to Untruthful Employee Termination

The Saskatchewan Court of Appeal affirmed an award of moral damages to a former employee upon finding that the employer had breached its duty of good faith and fair dealing when it was untruthful and misleading during the termination process.

Podcast
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September 10, 2020

Jury Trials – Part 3 – Jury Trials During and Post-COVID

This podcast covers what a jury trial is likely to look like in our safety-conscious and socially-distanced COVID era.

Global Guide Quarterly
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September 3, 2020

Jury Trials – Part 2 – Trial Theme Development During and Post-COVID

This podcast covers how the lens through which jurors are evaluating evidence has changed in this COVID era, and what trial attorneys should consider when developing trial themes, during, and after, COVID.

Podcast
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August 24, 2020

Jury Trials – Part 1 – Jury De-Selection During and Post-COVID

A podcast about how jurors have changed in this COVID era, and what trial attorneys should consider when selecting juries during, and after, COVID.

ASAP
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August 10, 2020

Georgia Law Shields Businesses from COVID-19 Liability

Georgia recently became the ninth state to shield businesses from liability stemming from COVID-19.

Podcast
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June 26, 2020

A Littler Virtual Litigation Podcast: Successful Virtual Mediations

A discussion of key observations from these early days of virtual mediation, including the results of a survey of recently-completed virtual mediations.

ASAP
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June 25, 2020

Emergency Paid Sick Leave: U.S. Department of Labor Enforcement Efforts On The Rise

While actual enforcement was delayed at first, lately the U.S. Department of Labor has become quite active in prosecuting claims against businesses for alleged FFCRA violations.

ASAP
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June 23, 2020

COVID-19 Lawsuits and Claims Increasing in Courts Nationwide

As the U.S. continues to struggle with the impact of the pandemic on health, safety, and the economy, it is likely that many employers will have yet another issue to face as they attempt to maintain and reopen their businesses: lawsuits.

ASAP
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April 15, 2020

Puerto Rico Supreme Court Holds Plaintiffs Bear the Burden of Clearly Asserting in Their Complaints the Elements of Constructive Discharge Claims

The Puerto Rico Supreme Court recently clarified that plaintiffs’ heightened burden in constructive discharge claims starts at the pleadings stage.

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