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Sexual Harassment Class Action

The B.C. Court of Appeal released a decision last week on Lewis v. WestJet Airlines Ltd., a case we reported on our blog last May. The Court of Appeal upheld the B.C. Supreme Court’s decision that the proposed class action lawsuit should not be dismissed at an early stage, because it does disclose a reasonable cause of action and is not bound to fail.

This case is of key importance to our clients, as it signals that if employers fail to comply with their bullying and harassment policies, they expose themselves to the potential for a civil claim for breach of contract in addition to potential human rights and workers compensation claims.

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