Tag Archives: Termination

Federal Court Refuses to Force National Labor Relations Board to Reopen Wrongful Termination Case

When workers are party to a collective bargaining agreement, they typically have rights beyond those generally afforded to employees under the law. When an employer runs afoul of the provisions of such an agreement, there may be consequences, including an … Continue reading

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Mitigation Requirement After Termination Further Explained by Ontario’s Highest Court

  Typically, when an employee makes a claim for common law wrongful dismissal damages, he or she is required to make reasonable efforts to mitigate their damages. Mitigation often requires the employee to try and attain another job in the … Continue reading

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Merger Agreement Termination based on Plain Contract Language

Posted by Paul J. Shim, David I. Gelfand & Mark E. McDonald, Cleary Gottlieb Steen & Hamilton LLP, on Saturday, April 6, 2019 Editor's Note: Paul J. Shim, David I. Gelfand, and Mark E. McDonald are partners at Cleary Gottlieb Steen & Hamilton LLP. … Continue reading

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Just cause for termination, but City failed to establish discipline was taken within 180 days as required. Employee reinstated

In a case that has received considerable publicity, Arbitrator Don Williams has ordered the reinstatement of a San Antonio police officer the City had dismissed for allegedly leaving a "feces sandwich" in an area where officers were attempting to move … Continue reading

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Termination of employment recommended by the Administrative Law Judge after finding the employee guilty of insubordination and incompetence

Termination of employment recommended by the Administrative Law Judge after finding the employee guilty of insubordination and incompetenceDep't of City Planning v. Kelly, OATH Index No. 516/19 A New York City city planner was served with disciplinary charges pursuant to … Continue reading

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