Auto workers seek summary judgment in $2.5 million class action

Lawyers say a $2.5 million class action lawsuit against an auto parts maker highlights the need for employers to alert the Ministry of Labour early when closing down a facility.
Plaintiff lawyer Stephen Moreau, a partner with Cavalluzzo Shilton McIntyre Cornish LLP, says an auto parts maker neglected to inform the Ministry of Labour of a plant losing.Nearly 100 auto parts workers are represented on the lawsuit, which was brought against their former employer, CTS of Canada Co., after it shut down its Mississauga plant in 2015.
The workers recently filed a summary judgment motion against CTS to have their day in …
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