Steinebach v. Clean Energy Compression Corp., 2015 BCSC 460

JurisdictionBritish Columbia
JudgeCohen, J.
Citation2015 BCSC 460,[2015] B.C.T.C. Uned. 460,[2015] B.C.T.C. Uned. 460 (SC)
CourtSupreme Court of British Columbia (Canada)
Subject MatterEMPLOYMENT LAW,DAMAGES
Date25 March 2015
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5 practice notes
  • Spalti v. MDA Systems Ltd., 2018 BCSC 2296
    • Canada
    • Supreme Court of British Columbia (Canada)
    • December 21, 2018
    ...BCSC 1728; Graham v. Galaxie Signs Ltd., 2010 BCSC 609, aff’d on appeal, 2013 BCCA 266; Steinebach v. Clean Energy Compression Corp., 2015 BCSC 460, rev’d 2016 BCCA 112; and Ensign v. Price’s Alarm Systems (2009) Ltd., 2017 BCSC 2137. MDA submits that these cases support a guideline of 3.5 ......
  • Conway v. Griff Building Supplies Ltd.,
    • Canada
    • Supreme Court of British Columbia (Canada)
    • December 3, 2020
    ...In Cook, the plaintiff obtained .9 months of notice per year of service. [93] Griff cites Steinebach v. Clean Energy Compression Corp., 2015 BCSC 460, rev’d on other grounds 2016 BCCA 112, Peticca v. Oracle Canada ULC, [2015] O.J. No. 1985 (S.C.J.), and Chandran v. National Bank of Canada, ......
  • Court Finds Employee's Job Search Efforts Fail To Satisfy Duty To Mitigate
    • Canada
    • Mondaq Canada
    • June 16, 2015
    ...in demonstrating a failure to mitigate, resulting in a reduced reasonable notice period. Steinebach v. Clean Energy Compression Corp., 2015 BCSC 460, involved a 49-year-old employee who was terminated after 19.5 years of employment on a without cause basis. The plaintiff employee had starte......
  • A Rare Success For Employers: An Employee's Failure To Mitigate
    • Canada
    • Mondaq Canada
    • July 17, 2015
    ...find that a wrongfully terminated employee failed in his or her duty to mitigate; however, in Steinebach v Clean Energy Compression Corp, 2015 BCSC 460, the employer was successful in proving the employee had failed to mitigate his In that case, the employee was terminated without cause aft......
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2 cases
  • Conway v. Griff Building Supplies Ltd.,
    • Canada
    • Supreme Court of British Columbia (Canada)
    • December 3, 2020
    ...In Cook, the plaintiff obtained .9 months of notice per year of service. [93] Griff cites Steinebach v. Clean Energy Compression Corp., 2015 BCSC 460, rev’d on other grounds 2016 BCCA 112, Peticca v. Oracle Canada ULC, [2015] O.J. No. 1985 (S.C.J.), and Chandran v. National Bank of Canada, ......
  • Spalti v. MDA Systems Ltd., 2018 BCSC 2296
    • Canada
    • Supreme Court of British Columbia (Canada)
    • December 21, 2018
    ...BCSC 1728; Graham v. Galaxie Signs Ltd., 2010 BCSC 609, aff’d on appeal, 2013 BCCA 266; Steinebach v. Clean Energy Compression Corp., 2015 BCSC 460, rev’d 2016 BCCA 112; and Ensign v. Price’s Alarm Systems (2009) Ltd., 2017 BCSC 2137. MDA submits that these cases support a guideline of 3.5 ......
3 firm's commentaries
  • Court Finds Employee's Job Search Efforts Fail To Satisfy Duty To Mitigate
    • Canada
    • Mondaq Canada
    • June 16, 2015
    ...in demonstrating a failure to mitigate, resulting in a reduced reasonable notice period. Steinebach v. Clean Energy Compression Corp., 2015 BCSC 460, involved a 49-year-old employee who was terminated after 19.5 years of employment on a without cause basis. The plaintiff employee had starte......
  • A Rare Success For Employers: An Employee's Failure To Mitigate
    • Canada
    • Mondaq Canada
    • July 17, 2015
    ...find that a wrongfully terminated employee failed in his or her duty to mitigate; however, in Steinebach v Clean Energy Compression Corp, 2015 BCSC 460, the employer was successful in proving the employee had failed to mitigate his In that case, the employee was terminated without cause aft......
  • You Can't Always (Do) What You Want: Judge Finds Failure To Mitigate For Choosing New Career
    • Canada
    • Mondaq Canada
    • August 2, 2015
    ...herself out of the job market to switch careers, he or she may have failed to mitigate. In Steinebach v. Clean Energy Compression Corp., 2015 BCSC 460, the 49-year-old plaintiff had worked his way up from service technician to Vice President Business Development Canada during his 19.5 years......

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