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Since bullying and harassment are often in the eyes of the beholder, when do our courts and labour tribunals intervene? And when does bullying or harassment justify a successful lawsuit? Daniel Lublin addressed this issue in his latest column.

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Daniel Lublin is a nationally recognized workplace law expert and a partner at Whitten & Lublin, where he represents both individual and corporate clients. Mr. Lublin frequently writes and appears in the media as a commentator for workplace legal issues. Since 2008, he has been named as one of Canada's top employment lawyers

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Mr. Lublin took reader questions on Thurs., Aug. 9.

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