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May 2010

Persistence proves invaluable for wrongfully dismissed employee: When a wrongfully dismissed worker seeks out the assistance of a lawyer, most lawyers will start off by sending a demand letter demanding that the employer provide the employee with compensation. Some employers “call the employee’s bluff” and fail to respond or offer to pay much less than […]

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February 2010

Ron Franklin speaks with students and faculty at a screening of “Journey to Justice” at Osgoode Hall Law School during Black History Month. Director Roger McTair’s film Journey to Justice looks at the battle for civil rights in Canada and the role of law and the people who used it to remove discriminatory laws and

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December 2009

Human Rights Application: Ron Franklin represented an Educational Assistant who had been transferred after she complained that a Teacher had discriminated against her on ethno-racial grounds in the fall of 2006. The School Board conducted an investigation and claimed that her human rights had not been violated. In December of 2009, almost three years later,

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November 2009

Human Rights Application: The Regisford family and the Dufferin Peel Catholic District School Board have settled their differences in the “positive stereotyping” case. In a press release dated November 16, 2009, the School Board stated, “The Dufferin-Peel Catholic District School Board and the Regisford family have resolved an outstanding Application to the Human Rights Tribunal

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October 2009

Human Rights Complaint: Ron Franklin is currently representing a student at the Human Rights Tribunal of Ontario in a novel “positive stereotyping” case. Protecting you and your child: Ron Franklin discusses maternal and paternal rights in the workplace. Click here for more details.

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