Kumail Karimjee recently wrote an article for The Lawyer’s Weekly regarding the potential for employees to assert frustration of contract. Read the full article here.
On May 31, 2014 Kumail attended the Deerhurst Resort in Huntsville Ontario to deliver a brief lecture on employment contracts in the area of employment law to members of the Institute of Law Clerks of Ontario. The lecture provided the members with insight on how to achieve a successful contract.
Kumail was recently quoted in the Law Times regarding the importance of a reasonable, well-written social media policy in the workplace. Read the full article here.
Kumail recently spoke on the legal issues panel at the CHFT’s bi-annual training day. At this seminar, Kumail spoke about mediation and alternative dispute resolution in co-operatives.
Kumail was recently quoted in a Law Times article regarding access to justice for self-represented litigants and the need to gather empirical evidence in order to guide reform. Read the full Law Times article here.
A family court litigant was successful in getting costs she incurred for unbundled services from several lawyers in a case a Superior Court judge described as an example of the courts “struggle to determine entitlement and quantum of costs.” Read the full article here.
Kumail recently wrote about the challenge of developing appropriate social media guidelines in the workplace. In the article, Kumail addresses the delicate balance between an employee’s personal freedom and an employer’s desire to project a certain image while protecting confidential information. Read the full article here.