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“Reinstatement in relation to a disability which is highly stigmatized”

  • September 16, 2015
  • BakerLaw
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A recent ruling from the Manitoba Human Rights Commission has set an “important precedent – reinstatement in relation to a disability which is highly stigmatized,” according to David Baker.

The Commission ruled that the worker in question, who was fired three years ago for her alcohol addiction, was discriminated against because her alcohol addiction did qualify as a disability, and this “alcohol-related disability” was a factor in the employer’s adverse treatment of her, including her termination.  » Read the rest

Family Responsibilities are Human Rights

  • November 6, 2013
  • BakerLaw
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Toronto, ON, November 6, 2013 – Bakerlaw strongly believes it is discriminatory to refuse to accommodate persons with bona fide responsibilities for the care of family members. We are pleased to be at the forefront of championing the rights of caregivers, a group who has suffered in silence for too long. » Read the rest

Bakerlaw clients win right to fly past 60

  • November 9, 2010
  • David Baker
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The Canadian Human Rights Tribunal has ordered that Air Canada must reinstate Bakerlaw clients George Vilven and Neil Kelly, pilots who have been fighting to return to work and fly beyond Air Canada’s retirement age of 60.

Click here to read coverage in the Toronto Star. » Read the rest

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