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Private Investigators, Surveillance and the Privacy Laws
A private investigator is an individual that is licensed with the government in their respective jurisdiction and hired to observe, analyze, collect and document evidence on behalf of their clients. One of the main occupational tasks that private investigators do is surveillance.
Employee Misconduct Investigations for Just Cause
In the case of Ludchen v. Stelcrete Industries Ltd., 2013 ONSC 7495, the plaintiff Richard Ludchen was a plant manager at Stelcrete Industries Ltd. He was terminated on February 4, 2008 without notice. As a result of his termination, he filed a civil suit for wrongful dismissal.
Due Diligence Investigations in Acquisitions
Due diligence is a process when the buyer conducts an intense examination of all the documentation disclosed by the seller to ensure the seller is disclosing all material and relevant facts to the buyer about the business. It allows the buyer to examine the documentation through research and analysis to verify and detect any undisclosed information that might negatively affect the buyer’s decision to move forward on the transaction.
WORKPLACE ROMANCES – ARE THEY WORTH THE RISK?
Mr. Reichard, a married man was an exemplary employee of Kunz Electroplating Inc. He started with the company in 1984 moving up the ladder to become the Purchasing Manager in 2007. He was managing millions of dollars of merchandise at that time.
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R. v. Stinchcombe established the rules and principles of the crown’s obligation to make full disclosure of all relevant evidence to the defence even if the crown counsel intends not to use it.