Parties to an employment dispute reached an agreement to settle the matter outside of Court. Under the agreement, party A was required to pay party B the sum of $300,000 in accordance with an agreed payment plan. The parties agreed that the Court would make a compliance order if party A failed to make payment on time.

The Employment Court was required to make a compliance order directing party A to pay party B $40,000 in accordance with the payment plan. This was the seventh compliance order required in this case. The Court noted that if party A failed to pay, party B could enforce payment of the debt.

The Court also ordered party A to pay party B over $2,000 in interest on the unpaid sum from the date of the default until the date of the compliance order plus over $4,800 for legal costs and disbursements, in accordance with the settlement agreement.

Alan Knowsley
Employment Lawyer