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Divisional Court finds that employer demonstrated bad faith and acted as “puppeteer” in treatment and termination of fixed-term independent contractor
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Divisional Court finds that employer demonstrated bad faith and acted as “puppeteer” in treatment and termination of fixed-term independent contractor

By February 8, 2018 June 20th, 2019 No Comments

The recent case of Radikov v. Premier Project Consultants Ltd et al. is a cautionary tale of the importance of good faith in contractual relations after the Ontario Superior Court of Justice dismissed Premier’s appeal, finding Premier had acted as a "puppeteer" by keeping Mr. Radikov at its "beck and call" for roughly three months before attempting to terminate his fixed-term contract just two days before completion and refusing to pay Mr. Radikov’s outstanding invoices.

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