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Franklin Law helps a condominium owner to pursue accommodation for her disabilities at the Human Rights Tribunal of Ontario

When a condominium owner approached Franklin Law about the difficulties that she had experienced when she tried to get a condomimum corporation and a property management company to accommodate her disabilities, Ron Franklin was ready and willing to help. The owner met with Franklin Law after she had filed a human rights application at the    […]

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Franklin Law was proud to take part in AfroFest 2014

Franklin Law was proud to attend and lend its support to AfroFest 2014.  The event was held at Woodbine Park on July 5 and 6 and put on by Music Africa.  AfroFest, now in its 25th year, was a huge success, and featured, among other things, international artists from Africa and the diaspora, local artists    […]

The Duty of Fair Representation Course

Franklin Law’s Duty of Fair Representation Course offered monthly in 2014

Designed by Franklin Law founder Ron Franklin, the Duty of Fair Representation Course is a hands on, no frills introduction to Unions’ often cited but rarely understood duty to represent their members fairly.  This Course is essential for any Union member who is considering whether or not to file a duty of fair representation complaint    […]

Fired by Sears, Best Buy or Future Shop? Contact Franklin Law today…

Franklin Law is currently interested in hearing from employees who have been recently terminated by Sears, Best Buy or Future Shop. If sufficient numbers of employees are motivated, there may be a possibility of initiating one or more class action wrongful dismissal law suits.  For more information about the services that Franklin Law that provides    […]

Franklin Law rolls out its Human Rights Course

Designed by Franklin Law Articling Student, Digal Haio, the Human Rights Workshop is an interactive course which will explore human rights concepts, identify human rights issues that typically arise in the workplace and provide information on basic rights and obligations under the Ontario Human Rights Code. This Course is essential for anyone working in Ontario.  It’s    […]

Franklin Law’s Duty of Fair Representation Course provides unique perspective on conflicts between Unions and Union Members

Designed by Franklin Law founder Ron Franklin, the Duty of Fair Representation Course is a hands on, no frills introduction to Unions’ often cited but rarely understood duty to represent their members fairly.  This Course is essential for any Union member who is considering whether or not to file a duty of fair representation complaint.    […]

Employer forced to disclose financial documents

Franklin Law makes employer disclose financial statements and other records.  An employee brought an action wrongful dismissal and claimed entitlement to a substantial bonus.   The employer’s estimate of what he was entitled to was more than ten times less than what the employee had claimed.  When a satisfactory compromise could not be reached, Ron Franklin    […]

OHRC puts Creed and Religious Observances in the spotlight

The Ontario Human Rights Commission (“OHRC”) invited Ron Franklin to its workshop on Creed and the Accommodation of Religious Observances:  Ron participated in a day long legal workshop on rights relating to religious belief and practice.  The event was hosted by the Ontario Human Rights Commission in partnership with York University’s Centre for Law and    […]

Franklin Law settles long-term employee’s wrongful dismissal and human rights case

Wrongful Dismissal Action with Human Rights Component: An employee claimed he was subjected to a long history of race- and disability-based discrimination and harassment which ultimately culminated in his employment being terminated. Not content to allow his employer to get away with this injustice, the employee came to Franklin Law looking for support. With Ron    […]