How has a court considered a 1991 bonus award in calculating the appropriate amount of bonus?

British Columbia, Canada


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

In Kennedy v. Gescan, Wong J. at page 5 in arriving at the appropriate bonus award wrote: Given the present financial difficulties of the defendant company I think that the appropriate amount of bonus should be comparable to what was paid to the plaintiff in 1990. Wong J. was in the process of arriving at the 1991 bonus award when he wrote the foregoing passage.

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