No duty to preserve benefits for employee with dementia.
Richard A Elliott
Canadian HIV-AIDS policy & law newsletter
In August 1999, an Ontario trial court granted an employer's motion for a summary judgment dismissing a claim against it by the estate of a former employee who died of AIDS-related illness.
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