"Studwick v Applied Consumer & Clinical Evaluations Inc., 2016 ONCA 520" CanLII Connects
Article briefly describes the facts in a seminal case on harassment and poisoned work environment. Discusses vicarious liability of the company for a manager's harassment of a deaf employee, compounded by the fact that the manager was the guiding mind of the corporation. Article notes that this is the first known civil case to apply Human Rights Code damages in addition to civil damages. The article discusses the assessment of damages for employer bad behavior: Wrongful dismissal damages in lieu of notice, Damages for breach of the Ontario Human Rights Code, Aggravated damages, Wallace damages, damages for intentional infliction of mental distress.
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