Monty Verlint

PartnerLittler LLPIn-House Counsel; Employment

Monty Verlint's area of practice encompasses all areas of labour and employment law. Monty is actively involved in Employment Standards Act hearings, human rights matters, wrongful dismissal cases, Canada Labour Code hearings, Employment Insurance Act hearings, judicial reviews, Labour Relations Board proceedings, employment contracts (including those for senior executives), employee issues surrounding sale of a business, termination and severance packages, employee handbooks, and workplace policies.

Monty Verlint's area of practice encompasses all areas of labour and employment law. Monty is actively involved in Employment Standards Act hearings, human rights matters, wrongful dismissal cases, Canada Labour Code hearings, Employment Insurance Act hearings, judicial reviews, Labour Relations Board proceedings, employment contracts (including those for senior executives), employee issues surrounding sale of a business, termination and severance packages, employee handbooks, and workplace policies.

Monty writes papers and newspaper articles on a wide variety of current employment law issues including privacy legislation and compliance, employment standards, employment contracts, independent contractors, e-mail and internet misconduct, social media, repudiation of contract, severance packages, and pleading mental distress and punitive damages in a wrongful dismissal action.
 
Monty is also an active participant in a variety of employment law conferences and seminars, including those designed for lawyers and employers.

Education

  • Osgoode Hall Law School, York University, LL.B., 1999
  • York University, B.A. (Hons.), 1996

Bar Admission

  • Ontario, 2001

Experience

  • Lee v. Future Bakery [2014] O.J. No. 929 (S.C.J.)
  • Cobalt Engineering (Ontario) Limited Partnership v. Genivar Inc., [2012] O.J. No. 39 (S.C.J.)
  • Howorth v. Danylkiw, [2009] O.J. No. 3915 (S.C.J.)
  • Weinberg v. Datacom Marketing Inc., [2006] O.J. No. 594 (S.C.J.)
  • Teamsters International Union, Local 847 v. Directors Guild of Canada, Ontario District Council, [2003] O.J. No. 5097 (Div.Ct.)
  • Cappuccio v. Shared Technologies of Canada, [2003] C.L.A.D. No. 211 (Labour Arbitration)