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The regulation of picketing : an employer's primer to labour injunctions /
Mattew L.O. Certosimo, ... and Lisa Cabel.
edition
3rd ed.
imprint
Toronto : Carswell, c2013.
description
ix, 121 p. ; 23 cm.
ISBN
9780779855698
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Toronto : Carswell, c2013.
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9780779855698
contents note
Introduction -- Where to start -- Labour disputes -- Acts in connection with a labour dispute -- Gathering the evidence -- Police assistance -- The protocol -- The hearing -- Conclusion -- Appendix A: Precedent notice of motion -- Precedent notice of action -- Precedent affidavits -- Precedent protocol -- Precedent order -- Appendix B: "From the Court's file": in the matter between Maple Leaf Sport & Entertainment Ltd., plaintiff and members and representatives of the Communications, Energy and Paperworkers Union (CEP), DEFENDANTS -- Appendix C: "From the Court's file": in the matter between FPC Flexible Packaging Corporation, plaintiff/moving party and Eugene Cutler, Andrew Feltham, L.A. Corey Hunt, Ezra Pickett, David sly, Rocco Visconti, C.W. Wilson, and Graphic Communications International Local 500-M, defendants/responding party -- Appendix D: "From the Court's file: in the matter between Sobey's Inc., plaintiff/moving party and United Food and Commercial Workers Canada, Local 175 (as well as identified and unidentified picketers and union representatives), defendants/responding party.
general note
Includes index.
abstract
"Nothing evokes trade unionism as clearly as the sight of striking workers walking the picket line. And it is on the picket line that the interests of employers and unionized workers are most clearly and diametrically opposed. Unfortunately, this also means that potential for unlawful activity is greater than at any other point in the labour-management relationship. With its groundbreaking judgment in the Pepsi case, the Supreme Court of Canada significantly changed the law of picketing. This Special Report is intended to be of assistance to employers as they consider and confront the prospect of seeking an injunction against picketing-related activity. New in this edition: 2013 court cases and materials relevant to determining whether an employer will be granted an injunction to restrain picketing activity; An update of the legal analysis, including references to recent cases; A long list of practical considerations for employers when gathering evidence, in anticipation of injunction proceedings; A discussion of Brookfield case by authors who were co-counsel on this case."--Publisher's website.
catalogue key
9160776
 
Includes bibliographical references: p. 105-106.

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