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Ontario Litigator's Guide to Human Rights Practice

The book is a comprehensive and practical guide that provides up-to-date commentary on the range of practice issues that employment lawyers, litigators, and self-represented litigants face when dealing with employment law matters before the human rights tribunal.
Publication Language: English
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ISBN/ISSN: 9780433477747

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Pursuing human rights claims in the context of employment law can be challenging – especially given ongoing legislative amendments and evolving case law. That's why the publication of Ontario Litigator's Guide to Human Rights Practice is an essential guide for litigants.

Practical insight
Ontario Litigator's Guide to Human Rights Practice is a comprehensive and practical guide that provides up-to-date commentary on the range of practice issues that employment lawyers, litigators, and self-represented litigants face when dealing with employment law matters before the human rights tribunal.

Offering expert commentary and advice on the relevant legislation, jurisprudence, rules and guidelines, this text provides guidance for litigants before the tribunal – as well as those pursuing human rights claims – on the current best practices in this area of the law, and acts as a one-stop resource for answers to the most common questions and suggestions for avoiding possible pitfalls.

This volume follows an accessible and intuitive structure, making it easy for users to find the information they're looking for. In addition, the appendices contain valuable information, including useful checklists and a summary chart of Ontario Human Rights Tribunal cases.

Aimed at litigants and counsel dealing with human rights issues related to employment law, Ontario Litigator's Guide to Human Rights Practice is an excellent resource for litigation lawyers, employment law practitioners, in-house counsel, human resources professionals, tribunal members and self-represented litigants.

The Book Will Provide:

  • A comprehensive foundation to defining a human rights claim
  • Assistance in navigating procedures before the Ontario Human Rights Tribunal
  • Recognize standards of proof at the Hearing stage
  • An understanding of remedies to a human rights claim
  • Guidance on enforcement of Awards

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Table of contents

Introduction

Chapter 1 Fundamentals of human rights law

Chapter 2 Where to start

Chapter 3 Pre-hearing procedure

Chapter 4 Procedures and proof at the hearing

Chapter 5 Remedies

Chapter 6 Enforcement and review of awards

Appendix 1 Tribunal rules of procedure

Appendix 2 Tribunal practice directions

Appendix 3 Filings checklist

Appendix 4 Documentary disclosure checklist

Appendix 5 Ontario Human Rights Tribunal case summary chart