Uber drivers are employees not independent contractors and are owed standard employee compensation including a minimum wage and vacation pay, says a proposed class-action lawsuit launched on behalf of an Uber delivery driver in Toronto.
An ongoing dispute between Uber Technologies Inc. and its drivers has reached Canada, with a proposed class-action lawsuit that claims Uber drivers are employees who are entitled to minimum wage, overtime and vacation pay.
Sivan Tumarkin joined Talk Radio AM640's Morning Show to explain how long-term care facilities can be held liable following the death of a patient. It has been revealed the one of the long-term facilities that Elizabeth Wettlaufer - the nurse accused of killing at least eight seniors - worked at had a history of drug-related violations.
Sivan Tumarkin spoke to AM640's Eric Drozd about a case about the family of a young man who nearly choked to death on popcorn during the The Hangover movie in 2009, leaving him semi-comatose for six months and being allowed to picket the theater.
Sivan Tumarkin spoke to AM640's Morning Show with Matt and Supriya about an investigation that has been opened into a Toronto doctor, who is alleged to have provided a misleading medical assessment in order to favour an insurance company. How widespread is this practice? Sivan discusses this worrying case.