Hussain v. Suzuki Canada Ltd- Employment Law Posted onJuly 15, 2015September 9, 2020/ Devry Smith Frank LLP In this video, Alexandra Tratnik a Toronto employment lawyer talks about the Hussain v. Suzuki Canada Ltd. , a wrongful dismissal case for Toronto human resources professionals. This video focuses on the 24 month Reasonable Notice Cap It’s about knowing the laws you’re going to fire any employees. The reason for the 24 month period in this case is to allow the employee a reasonable amount of time to seek other employment opportunities. Failure to provide reasonable notice could set the employer up to be sued for wrongful dismissal and libel. This is a great overview for HR Professionals. Devry Smith Frank LLP has produced a series of videos to assist HR professionals and HR departments. To view other Ontario employment law videos and other practice areas, please visit media page. Watch the video for additional information. The law offices of Devry Smith Frank LLPare located in the Lawrence and Don Mills location of Toronto and we have a lot of free parking. For more details or information on the Hussain v. Suzuki case or a wrongful dismissal claim, kindly contact one of our Toronto business lawyers or business lawyer Alexandra Tratnik directly.