What is the appropriate bonus standard for fiscal year 1999?

British Columbia, Canada


The following excerpt is from Gillies v. Goldman Sachs Canada Inc., 2000 BCSC 355 (CanLII):

The problem with arriving at an appropriate bonus standard for fiscal year 1999 in the absence of hard evidence is a difficult one. I note that Wong J. in Kennedy v. Gescan, supra, declined to use a particularly bad year to fix the bonus award, and that he opted for the preceding year as being more equitable.

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