May 2010

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 the employee deserves. A worker Ron Franklin recently represented was faced with just such a situation. The employee had initially retained another lawyer who sent a demand letter which produced an unsatisfactory outcome. Months later the worker retained Franklin Law. Ron Franklin initiated an action for wrongful dismissal and the employer finally settled for amount that the employee was happy with. This worker’s testimonial can be found here and on the Testimonials page.
  • Ron Franklin joins the Board of the Osgoode Hall Law School’s Alumni Association: In May of 2010, Ron Franklin accepted an invitation to become a member of the Osgoode Hall Law School Alumni Association. He is excited about the prospect of working with other Board Members to support a School and Alumni that has given him so much. For more information about the Alumni Association, please click here.