"Legislation by Litigation: Individualized Accommodation in the Workplace" 59 (2d) SCLR 381
"Human Rights Disclosure Litigation: Uncovering Invisible Medical Records", 28:1 Windsor Yearbook of Access to Justice 153
Article filters through human rights disclosure rulings in Canada; concern with levels of confidentiality awarded to persons with disabilities when providing disclosure of medical information.
"Ending Mandatory Retirement: Reassessment", 35 Windsor Rev Legal & Social Issues 22 (Special Topic: Aging)
Review of recent legislated changes on mandatory retirement in Canada; advocates a holistic approach to regulation of a worker's older age in order to best promote the right to age equality for senior workers, balancing this with the rights of employers and society overall.
"The Duty to Accommodate Senior Workers: Its Nature, Scope and Limitations", 38 -1 Queen's LJ 165
Using an approach to age discrimination that values the equal concern and treatment of at any point in time of their lives (labeled the 'Dignified Lives Approach'); argues that the duty to accommodate younger workers with disabilities should equally apply to seniors with disabilities, and that the duty to accommodate senior workers should include any age-related needs apart from direct disability concerns.
"Employing Disability: Deconstructing Insufficient Protections for Non-Mainstream Disabilities", 5 W J Legal Stud No2
Survey of case law on what the author refers to as 'non-mainstream' disabilities, or those disabilities that are difficult to diagnose (episodic or mental health related, for example) as jurisprudence on the duty to accommodate has not yet adequately addressed these issues; duty to accommodate and relevant human rights legislation needs to better tackle the barriers such individuals face, presented by current interpretations.