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Alyssa Hall

Alyssa Hall

Affleck Greene McMurtry LLP

Alyssa’s growing practice encompasses a broad spectrum of litigation matters including corporate commercial disputes, employment matters, class actions, and competition law. She continues to develop a wide-ranging litigation practice. Prior to becoming a lawyer, Alyssa became dedicated to understanding the intersection of public and private sector interests while working for a public policy centre and a non-profit organization that remains focused on raising investor awareness for Ontario’s advanced manufacturing industry.

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Court Finds Employee’s Reaction to Missed Promotion was Cause for Dismissal

In a recent decision, Thomas v. Saskatchewan Indian Gaming Authority Inc., the Court of Appeal of Saskatchewan re-affirmed the governing principles applicable to dismissal for cause. This case provides guidance ... [more] Full article

AGM helps client secure release of site plan deposits improperly held by Ontario municipality in bad faith

The recent decision in Dominus/Cityzen Brampton SWQRP Inc. v. Brampton (City), 2020 ONSC 5806 provides valuable insight into the duty of municipalities to act in good faith and to act ... [more] Full article

Ontario Court of Appeal sets aside $20 million Charter damages award in solitary confinement class action

Recently, the Court of Appeal for Ontario set aside a $20 million damages award against the Federal government for “additional mental health or program resources for structural changes to penal ... [more] Full article

Ontario’s top court refuses to enforce judgment against Antigua and Barbuda

In a recent decision in H.M.B. Holdings  v. Antigua and Barbuda, the Court of Appeal for Ontario upheld a decision to refuse to register in Ontario a British Columbia judgment ... [more] Full article