Karimjee Law responds in the long running 9 to 5 column in the Globe and Mail. Read the full article here.
A proposed class action on behalf of Uber drivers seeking entitlements to minimum standards (e.g. minimum wage, benefits, overtime, holiday pay, etc.) under the Employment Standards Act (ESA) will be allowed to proceed before the Ontario Courts. The Ontario Court of Appeal reversed a lower court decision enforcing an arbitration clause. In doing so, the […]
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.