Who’s liable for drinking and driving?

Is an employer liable when an inebriated employee injures someone after work?
By Craig Vander Zee
|Canadian Employment Law Today

In the case of

John v. Flynn

, the Ontario Court of Appeal considered whether an employer is liable when an inebriated employee injures an innocent third party in circumstances where the employer had no knowledge the employee was drunk and where the employer did not provide the alcohol to the employee.