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Rudner MacDonald in the Media

Rudner MacDonald LLP – The Next Chapter in Employment Law.

Rudner MacDonald has been featured in numerous media stories; in print, online, and on both radio and TV. Browse a variety of media below featuring Natalie MacDonald and Stuart  Rudner, two of Toronto’s top employment lawyers!

November 21, 2013
Globe and Mail – Why All Workplaces Must Take Bullying Seriously
Stuart and Natalie discuss the recent bullying case involving the Miami Dolphins.
November 21, 2013
Stuart’s Blog Appears in Carnival
Stuart's post on severance is included in the HR Blog Carnival, honouring the best blog posts in the industry.
November 21, 2013
Lawyers’ Weekly – Breaking up Badly
Stuart is quoted on restrictive covenants in this issue of Lawyers' Weekly
November 12, 2013
Investigating employee misconduct may not be required
Stuart and Natalie discuss investigations and employee misconduct in this edition of Advocate Daily
November 12, 2013
Financial Post: Canadian law of bullying would be harder on Miami Dolphins
Stuart and Natalie weigh the bullying controversy surrounding the Miami Dolphins, and explain how the outcome might be different in Canada.
November 12, 2013
Sleeping employee may be sign of a larger issue
Stuart and Natalie discuss just cause and misconduct in the context of Canadian employment law.
October 31, 2013
Punishment Must Fit the Crime
Stuart writes about the complexities of dismissal and just cause in the November issues of AutoJounal.
October 23, 2013
Are you part of the sandwich generation?
Stuart and Natalie discuss the challenges of the 'sandwich' generation in this HuffPost blog piece.
October 23, 2013
Difference between employee, independent contractor important
Stuart addresses the importance of properly characterizing two different employment relationships - employee and independent contractor
October 12, 2013
An employer’s guide to employee dismissal
Stuart advises on the legal principals of employee dismissal in an edition of Canadian Auto World magazine.
October 12, 2013
Stuart sits on legal panel discussing HR issues
Stuart attended the Feldman Daxon HR Breakfast meeting to discuss issues relating to human resources in Canada.
September 25, 2013
Sensitivity training beneficial for employees
Natalie addresses the importance of sensitivity training and social media policies in her latest Advocate Daily article.
September 19, 2013
Advocate Daily: Examining the Canadian experience requirement
The Advocate picks up Stuart's Law Times piece on the Canadian experience requirement
September 18, 2013
Auto Journal: From hired to fired
Stuart discusses the unique employment law challenges facing car dealership employers and employees.
September 18, 2013
Law Times: Canadian experience requirement discriminatory
Stuart's piece in Law Times magazine examines the Ontario Human Right's Commissions decision on the "Canadian experience" requirement of some employers.
September 16, 2013
September 9, 2013
Fired from your job? You may be entitled to severance pay
Stuart addresses the complexities of just dismissal cases and severance pay.
September 9, 2013
Is an employee’s spliff request just cause for dismissal?
Stuart and Natalie weigh in on the case of a Mr. Lube employee's tweet for a 'spliff' while on the job.
August 13, 2013
Do I have to reveal my medical history in a job interview?
Natalie is quoted in this Globe and Mail article about an employee’s obligation to disclose health conditions to a potential employer.
August 13, 2013
Obesity discrimination not permitted under law
Stuart is quoted in this Advocate Daily article examining the Canadian human rights laws around weight discrimination.
August 7, 2013
Is employee’s position no longer relevant in assessing notice of termination?
Stuart’s contribution to The Advocate Daily discusses how character of employment is being considered in recent courtroom decisions.
August 6, 2013
Have your say: How can we stop discrimination based on weight?
In this edition of the Globe and Mail’s Brain Storm column, Stuart is quoted about discrimination based on weight.
August 1, 2013
Powerhouse pair launches employment law firm
The launch of Rudner MacDonald LLP is featured in The Advocate Daily
July 5, 2013
The Nuances of Temporary Layoffs
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Stuart Rudner discussed a recent decision that could change the law in his latest article in The Lawyers Weekly.
June 19, 2013
Natalie on 680 News Toronto
Natalie recently spoke with James Munroe on 680 News about some of the current challenges that face employees and employers. Listen to Natalie’s valuable tips on terminations and social media in the workplace.