Jason W. Hanson
Recognized in:Labour and Employment Law
Law School:University of Windsor
Location:100 King Street West1 First Canadian PlaceSuite 6200, P.O. Box 50Toronto, ON M5X 1B8
- University of Toronto, BA,
- University of Windsor, J.D.,
- Ontario, The Law Society of Upper Canada
- American Bar Association, Alternative Dispute Resolution in Labor and Employment Law Committee - Member
- Canadian Bar Association, National Labour Law Section - Member
- Law Society of Upper Canada - Member
Recognized in The Best Lawyers in Canada for work in:
- Labour and Employment Law
- Chambers Global: The World’s Leading Business Lawyers : Employment & Labour
- Labour relations strategy for major business restructurings.
- Workplace change strategy in broader public sector employer leading to material decline in workplace disputes. Executive retention and restructuring for national and international businesses.
- Strategies for multinational employers to achieve compliance with international export control laws and domestic discrimination laws.
- Proactive strategies and policies in financial services, manufacturing, logistics, retail and broader public sector.
Reported cases include:
- Toronto Hydro v. CUPE Local One . Successfully presented leading case dealing with Labour Board discretion to dismiss unfair labour practice complaints on a preliminary, discretionary basis.
- Toronto Hydro v. CUPE Local One . Successfully presented leading case dealing with organizational change across multilocation operations.
- Toronto (City) v. CUPE Local 79  3 S.C.R. 77 (Supreme Court of Canada). Successfully presented this leading case before Canada’s highest court requiring labour arbitrators to follow the findings of the criminal courts.
- General Electric Canada v. Professional & Technical Engineers,  O.L.A.A. No. 516. Successfully presented this leading case preserving management’s flexibility in assigning software design tasks despite union objections.
- General Motors of Canada Ltd. and CAWCanada, Local 199 (2001), 93 L.A.C. (4th) 329. Successfully presented this leading case preserving management’s right to determine location of business activities.
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