Benjamin Hahn – Oakville Lawyer Rogers & Company
Benjamin J. Hahn (B.A., J.D.)
Tel: 905-901-3685 ext. 202
Ben received his B.A. in 2007 from Acadia University (Wolfville, Nova Scotia) and graduated with his J.D. in 2011 from the University of Toronto (Toronto, Ontario). Ben was called to the Ontario Bar in 2013 and joined Rogers & Company Professional Corporation in January 2014. His practice currently focuses on employment law and general civil litigation.
Ben has appeared before various courts and tribunals throughout southern Ontario on a variety of litigation matters, representing both Plaintiffs and Defendants in such contexts as wrongful dismissal law, human rights law, creditor’s rights law, contract law, insurance law, and real estate litigation.
Ben has a passion for the reasoning involved in law and employs a thoughtful and carefully researched approach to legal matters.
Legal Commentaries Written by Ben:
– “Wrongful Dismissal Awards for Pay-in-Lieu of Reasonable Notice: 2018 Year in Review”, January 2, 2019.
– “Damages for Bad Faith Conduct in the Manner of Dismissal in 2018″, November 25, 2018.
– “Can an Employee Back Out of a Resignation?”, September 6, 2018.
– “Saving Clauses Come to the Rescue of Severability Clauses”, June 24, 2018.
– “Can an Employer Be Liable in Defamation for Giving a Bad Reference?”, June 10, 2018.
– “HRTO: Father’s Suggestion That Employee-Daughter Needed a “Bottom Spanking” Could Be Harassment in The Workplace”, April 30, 2018.
– “Update on Employee Bonus Entitlements after Dismissal”, April 13, 2018.
– “No Bonus for You: Can Employers Withhold Bonuses after Dismissal?”, March 31, 2018.
– “Working for a Peppercorn”, February 15, 2018.
– “Am I Making Myself Clear?”, February 11, 2018.
Leading Cases Argued by Ben:
North v. Metaswitch Networks Corporation, 2017 ONCA 790 (CanLII);
Summary: Ontario Employers can’t use severability clauses to cure illegal termination provisions in employment contracts.
If you require Ben’s litigation services in Oakville, Toronto, Mississauga, Milton or elsewhere in Ontario, please get in touch.