Representing the United Steel-Workers, Local 1-423 on behalf of a group of its disabled members, our lawyers achieved a finding that Weyerhaeuser Co. terminated them mere months before a mill closure to avoid paying them the severance payments they were entitled to under the collective agreement.— Read More
Our lawyers acted for the Catalyst Salaried Employees and Pensioners Group (CSEP) in the CCAA proceedings of Catalyst Paper to protect the pension plan members’ benefits resulting in a revised restructuring plan under which the Salaried Pension Plan continued to operate with no pension losses to our clients.
Four foreign workers have started a class action in the Supreme Court of British Columbia against Mac’s Convenience Stores, Overseas Immigration Services Inc., Overseas Career and Consulting Services Ltd. and Trident Immigration Services Ltd.— Read More
This case involved 3 grievances brought by Local 500 and, over the course of 28 days of hearing that included evidence from competing expert witnesses, the Union succeeded in all aspects of its case requiring the employers to implement new safe work procedures using guardrails when shipping grain in inclement weather. The parties consolidated 3 …— Read More
When an offshore mining company was given permission to staff its entire mine with temporary foreign workers, the lawyers of Koskie Glavin Gordon acted for two unions in bringing a challenge before the Federal Court. The result was that the Federal Government made revisions to the Temporary Foreign Worker Program.— Read More