Incoming: a COVID-19 employment law litigation wave

Employment lawyers predict a surge in litigation after COVID cost-cutting

Incoming: a COVID-19 employment law litigation wave
David Whitten and Daniel Lublin are labour and employment lawyers at Whitten & Lublin, in Toronto

Although the COVID-19 pandemic is a matter of epidemiology, it’s in the economic sphere the crisis has been most widely felt. In April alone, Canada shed two million jobs, the largest monthly decline ever, according to the Conference Board of Canada.  

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