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About Wrongful Dismissal Database Online

About the Wrongful Dismissal Database

The unjust dismissal cases cited in Wrongful Dismissal Database have been selected by Barry Fisher, LL.B. and by Patrick Benaroche, B.A., C.C.L., LL.B. (see About the Author below). The selection criteria are based on the relevance and precedent value of each case. It is not intended to be a complete archive of unjust dismissal cases. New cases are regularly reviewed and selected for addition to the database by the authors.

A unique feature of Wrongful Dismissal Database Online is the inclusion of any special circumstances which may have had an impact on the notice period awarded. This includes any so-called Wallace, or punitive damages for mental distress awarded in the case. You can view these by selecting the Special Circumstances option.

Please be advised that Wrongful Dismissal Database Online is intended for research purposes only and the results do not represent a complete legal opinion. Neither Carswell nor CogniLore is engaged in rendering legal, accounting or other professional advice. If legal advice or other expert assistance is required, the services of a competent professional should be sought.

About the Author

Barry B. Fisher, LL. B.

Barry B. Fisher, LL.B., is a barrister, arbitrator and mediator in the area of labour and employment law. He was called to the bar in 1979 and has been an active ADR practitioner for eight years. As a labour arbitrator, Mr. Fisher has served as the chairperson on hundreds of both statutory and private arbitrations. As a mediator, Mr. Fisher has helped parties resolve numerous employment and labour disputes.

Reference & Product Links

Users can find additional information on employment law and unjust dismissal on author Barry Fisher's own website.

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