Labour Relations & Employment Conference

April 27, 2011 | Lawrence A. Bertuzzi, Kent H. Davidson, Jeff N. Grubb, M. Christine O’Donohue, Hugh R. Dyer, Dirk L. Van de Kamer, André R. Nowakowski, Lisa Goodfellow, Laura Cassiani, Kathryn M. Frelick, Robert England | Toronto

Miller Thomson’s Labour Relations & Employment Law Group presents an all-day conference focussing on current labour and employment issues affecting organizations today.

Special Guest Speakers:

Bernard Fishbein, Chair, Ontario Labour Relations Board
Wendy Mesley, Award-winning broadcast journalist


National Labour and Employment Law Check Up: A Cross Country Update on Labour Relations and Employment Law Developments and Trends

Employment Law:
Trends in Constructive Dismissal
Update on Wallace Damages
Analysing Character of Employment Post-Love
Managing Employees in the Twitter Era
Evaluating Dependant Contractors

Labour Relations:
Trends in Discipline and Discharge
Update on Surveillance and Privacy
Accommodationin the Unionized Workplace

Human Rights:
Legal Developments on Family Status, Age, Disability and Accommodation
Preparing for the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabiliites Act, 2005

Health Sector Workplace:
Impact of the Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act
Addressing Employee Privacy Breaches by Employees
Strategies and Advice for Workplace Investigations

Workplace Health and Safety:
Operating in the Post-Bill 168 Workplace
Tips for Managing Workplace Investigations
Due Diligence and Other Defences
Changing Regulatory Enivronment Post-“Dean” Report
The WSIB’s New Work Reintegration Approach and What it Means for Employers

This program counts for 4.75 hours of General/Substantive Law Society of Upper Canada’s Continuing Professional Development credits. Please note that this program is not accredited for Professionalism hours or for the New Member Requirement.

Event dates

April 27, 2011

Event location

Toronto Congress Centre
650 Dixon Road
Etobicoke, Ontario


Deadline: April 4, 2011