Be extra fair if employee sues without lawyer

Expect a slower process
|Canadian Employment Law Today

The employee who acts for himself in a lawsuit may have a fool for a client, but he can drive his ex-employer crazy.

Lawsuits are expensive, so it is not unusual these days to find litigants attempting self-help in the courts.

Theodore O. Rogers Jr., head of the labour and employment law group at a large New York law firm, recently told the