Even more mysteries of mitigation

January 20, 2013 0 COMMENTS

By Michel Bellemare

Last fall, we reported on the mysteries of mitigation. Those articles (“When do employees have a duty to mitigate termination claim?” and “More mysteries of mitigation”) reported on the Ontario Court of Appeal’s decision in Bowes v. Goss Power Products Ltd. that confirmed that the duty to mitigate doesn’t necessarily apply where employment contracts contain specific termination payments and the employment relationship is terminated without cause. read more…