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 brought a motion to compel the employer to produce close to five years’ worth of financial statements and other records. The motion was successful. Not only did the Court direct the employer to disclose the requested financial information, it forced the employer to pay part of the employee’s legal fees.
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