At Goldstein Law, we are a Toronto-based law firm that focuses on employment law. In the course of our employment law practice in Ontario, we frequently consult employers and employees on the drafting of employment contracts and the interpretation of various terms contained in employment contracts.
We represent defaulting and non-defaulting sellers and buyers in breach of contract claims relating to real estate agreements of purchase and sale. We have found that a number of sellers will sign an Agreement of Purchase and Sale, and later decide to change their mind and not sell. If the
Breach of Contract by Buyers Oftentimes, unwitting buyers and sellers enter into Agreements of Purchase and Sale in an unprepared manner; with one side to the transaction unable to close for any number of reasons. Buyers typically do not include conditional financing arrangements in their offers,
Goldstein Law has experience working with residential and commercial purchasers, vendors, landlords, tenants, real estate agents, and insurers with respect to a wide variety of real estate issues. Our real estate dispute lawyers employ a business-minded approach to obtain efficient and
When an employer wishes to break an employment contract without cause (i.e., for instance, to restructure its business), the company must provide the terminated employee with advanced notice of termination or payment in lieu of notice of termination. As many callers to our law firm are surprised
As many people experience, losing a job is never easy. We are called by employees' on a weekly basis that are terminated from their employment without cause. Many people believe that they have been 'wrongfully dismissed' from their employment, without understanding what actually constitutes a
When an employee is terminated without cause from their employment in Ontario from their employer, the employee is entitled to a severance package, which, as we have discussed here, is based on a host of factors, including but not limited to the terminated employees age, length of service with the
An employee that has been employed in Ontario for more than three months in an indefinite employment relationship (separate from a fixed-term contract), is entitled to a statutory minimum amount of advanced notice of termination or payment in lieu thereof in accordance with the Employment Standards