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Karen Zvulony, Employment Lawyer Karen Zvulony was recently cited by the Nova Scotia Labour Standards Tribunal as an authority on employment law in the case of MacDonald v. Quality Cameras & Computers Limited, 2011 NSLST 11 (CanLII).  The case revolved around an issue of constructive dismissal.  In determining the law of constructive dismissal the Tribunal referred to Karen’s popular article called What is Constructive Dismissal? The Tribunal recognized her as a legal authority and agreed with her legal conclusions.

If you believe that you have been constructively dismissed or have an employment law question then please do not hesitate to contact Karen Zvulony for an initial consultation.