During this annual law update, nine of Hicks Morley’s partners and associates will present topics and updates in labour and employment law and host a Q&A panel to address questions directly.
Victoria McCorkindale discusses the privacy challenges that arise through public and private sector collaborations, including who owns data that is created through the relationship, who has decision-making power over the handling of such data and which privacy laws govern.
The COVID-19 pandemic has had a profound impact on workplaces and union-management relations. Arbitrators, unions, and employers have dealt with new and developing issues such as mandatory vaccination, testing, accommodation, protection of worker health and safety, sick pay, discipline for safety violations, leaves of absence, and many other issues.
The 2022 OASIS Conference will be a hybrid model with options available for virtual and in-person attendance. As Ontario’s pre-eminent event for senior executives in this
service sector, the conference brings together the province’s leading organizations and will include a wide range of plenary sessions and workshops.
Are you looking to move from legal advisor to organizational leader? Frank Cesario and Bonnie Roberts Jones tackle the skills and approach necessary to turn difficult conversations—with your team, clients and outside counsel—into a positive experience.
Hicks Morley’s Kathryn Meehan and a panel of experts will provide a legislative update of employment, human resources, labour and safety laws.
The 2022 OAPC Spring Education and Labour Relations Symposium will be taking place in person and online this year.
OPSBA’s Education Labour Relations and Human Resources Symposium is held each spring and is designed to provide professional development in the areas of labour relations and human resources to trustees, directors of education, senior human resources officials and labour relations practitioners.
OsgoodePD’s annual program brings together legal, healthcare, mental health, education and law enforcement professionals for a comprehensive one-day update of essential, current and emerging issues in mental health law for children and youth, together with practical legal advice on how to deal with them.
Njeri Damali Sojourner-Campbell joins the Women of Colour Panel for a discussion about intersectional feminism in law.