Brian Grosman has hosted his own radio show “The Law Belongs to You” on CJRC Radio Toronto. He has been widely quoted in the Globe and Mail, National Post and Toronto Star.
He has appeared nationally on CBC-T.V., CTV-T.V. and regularly interviewed on current employment issues on City T.V. He wrote his own weekly column for The Montreal Star and appeared on Quebec T.V. on a bi-weekly basis. Brian’s opinions, dramatic real-life cases and employment law commentaries have been aired on major networks in North America, as well as being subjects of popular lecture and workshops series across Canada.
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The Supreme Court of Canada in the case of Basin v. Hrynew, which was released on November 13th, 2014, establishes a new good faith doctrine which includes a duty of honesty between contracting parties. Although the facts...
Publication: Toronto Star
Article Date: April 3, 2015
On April 3rd, Brian Grosman was quoted in a Toronto Star article discussing the string of terminations shadowing Canadian retail employees that have lost their jobs due to a trail of retail businesses filing for bankrupty.
Particularly, the story focusses on the example of a long-time employee of Bowring & Co. that was let go from her job in January with nothing but her wages and vacation pay.
Publication: The Toronto Star
Article Date: April 10, 2015
On April 10th, Brian Grosman Q.C was quoted in a Toronto Star article discussing the latest development in the case of Ontario Institute for Studies in Education Dean Dr. Julia O’Sullivan decision to explore her legal options after public attacks from faculty has caused, what she says, “international damage to her reputation”. The situation also has a large influence on her decision to not seek a second appointment as dean.
“My client has a worldwide reputation,” Grosman said, “Very major reputational damages (result) if indeed she was considered to be fired and if her reappointment was influenced by that”.
Publication: The Globe And Mail
Article Date: April 11, 2015
On April 11th, Brian Grosman Q.C was quoted in a Globe and Mail article discussing the latest development in the case of Ontario Institute for Studies in Education Dean Dr. Julia O’Sullivan decision to explore her legal options after public attacks from faculty has caused international damage to her reputation. Also, greatly influencing her decision to not seek a second appointment as dean.
“(She) may be only a messenger and decisions have been made by the university and by government. The dean is charged with communicating those decisions…Public castigation at that level is offensive and could cause reputational damage,” Grosman said.
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