Fall 2023 Lancaster–Toronto Metropolitan University Labour Relations Certificate Program: Announcing program faculty Program Faculty Bruce Curran, Associate Professor, Faculty of [...]
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Lawyers owe a duty of care to client, not complainant, when retained by employer to investigate harassment complaint, judge rules, rejecting allegations of negligence
A court dismissed a complainant's claim against a lawyer retained by her employer to act as a workplace investigator into her harassment complaint. The complainant had alleged that the lawyer had conducted a poor investigation that ultimately led to the complainant's dismissal.