Employee can’t go on a ‘fishing expedition’ for company documents

Worker sought documents in one court three days after the idential request was denied in another
|Canadian Employment Law Today

Thompson v. Consolidated Fastfrate Inc., 2005 CarswellSask 329, 2005 SKQB 226 (Sask. Q.B.)

The Saskatchewan Court of Queen’s Bench has charged double costs against a plaintiff who sought documents in one court three days after the identical request was denied in another.

David Thompson filed a claim for wrongful constructive dismissal against Consolidated Fastfrate Inc. He applied to the court for an order that the company produce documents including: