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Human Rights Lunch & Learn 2017

Employers and service providers are facing significant challenges and changes in managing human rights issues in the housing sector. We invite you to join a few of our Hicks Morley lawyers as they lead a lively presentation and discussion providing an update on the latest human rights and accommodation developments in this dynamic area of law.

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Advantage CPD: Key Issues in Social Services

Please join us for an update on key issues that impact social services organizations in Ontario, and a discussion of the latest legal developments and emerging trends. We will take a whirlwind look at a number of issues affecting your workplace and provide you with the practical tools…

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Advantage CPD: Never Say Never – How the Law of Limitations Can Protect You

Every employer has a fear that a plaintiff (or plaintiffs!) will come out of the wood work with a claim from years ago, when all of the witnesses and maybe even the key documents are long gone. But do not fear. The law of limitations can help, if you know what to do and have the right targeted strategy…

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Advantage CPD: Labour Relations – It’s 2017 and Everything Old is New Again

With the new Saskatchewan Employment Act, pending federal labour law reforms, Alberta’s Bill 4 amending who has the right to strike and Ontario legislation under review, the labour relations world appears to be filled with change – and yet for practitioners many of these changes seem familiar. For those operating under collective agreements, change is less certain…

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Advantage CPD: Professionalism Smorgasbord

We are back with our ever popular roundtable on legal ethics, just in time to meet your professionalism CPD requirements for 2016. This session is accredited for 1.5 hours of professionalism.

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Advantage CPD: Privilege – What You Need to Know

Privilege is a complex issue. It is important to identify and know how to deal with issues of privilege when they arise, which is frequently. You must know when privilege will attach to communications and information. You must also understand how privilege applies prior to (and in the course of) litigation, and in the context of settlement offers and employee terminations..