Exclusive Feature: Perfection not the standard in legal drafting when parties' intentions clear

Court decision signals what employers hope is a return to a more pragmatic approach to contract interpretation

Exclusive Feature: Perfection not the standard in legal drafting when parties' intentions clear

Ontario’s Superior Court of Justice released its decision on the Rahman v. Cannon Design Architecture Inc. case in September 2021, signalling what employers hope is a return to a more pragmatic approach to the interpretation of employment agreements.

This exclusive feature from Sherard Kuzz deep dives into the particulars of the recent decision and why a “context-driven approach” to written employment contracts matters to employers. Find out what happened in Rahman and learn best practices for employers when it comes to drafting contracts.

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