The Costly Consequences of Failing to Abide by Termination Clauses

The Costly Consequences of Failing to Abide by Termination Clauses A recent decision of the Ontario Superior Court, Perretta v. Rand A Technology Corporation, 2021 ONSC 2111, demonstrates that even the most binding and enforceable termination clauses can be voided by employer conduct. The Plaintiff, Ms. Perretta, was terminated in 2018 after 5.5 years of […]

‘Saving Provisions’ Will Not Cure Your Deficient Termination Clause

Every year we analyze countless new cases where the courts have grappled with the enforceability or lack of enforceability in termination clauses. This is for good reason – an enforceable termination clause is likely the single-most important provision in an Employment Agreement. An enforceable termination clause that restricts an employee’s rights upon termination to the […]