14th Annual Current Issues in Employment Law

  • May 05, 2016


Publication Only | Archived Video + e-Materials


How has the law developed since the Supreme Court of Canada's seminal decisions in essential employment topics?

Reinforce your knowledge of the impact and evolution of these pivotal cases in today's employment environment. Gain a comprehensive understanding of the core principles, key cases and current trends to help you stay on top of your field, and ensure you have the expertise to confidently advise your employer and employee clients on critical employment law issues.


Jonathan Dye, Filion Wakely Thorup Angeletti LLP
Nancy Shapiro, Koskie Minsky LLP


Just Cause is Not A Lost Cause: Summary Dismissal Since McKinley
Stuart E. Rudner, Rudner MacDonald LLP
Richa Sandill, Articling Student, Rudner MacDonald LLP

Enforceability of Employment Contracts: A Machtinger Update
Jodi Gallagher Healy and Kathleen Tate, Hicks Morley Hamilton Stewart Storie LLP

When are Workplace Investigations Protected by Privilege: Challenging Claims of Privilege - Workplace Investigation Reports
Nancy Shapiro, Koskie Minsky LLP
Robin Nobleman, Student-at-Law, Koskie Minsky LLP

Strategies for Preserving Legal Advice Privilege in Investigations
Mark Crestohl, Senior Counsel, Labour and Employment Law Canada, Accenture Inc.

Overview of the Law of Privilege as it Relates to Workplace Investigations
Adrian D. Jakibchuk, Littler LLP

Privilege Considerations in a Bill 132 World

The Impact of Hryniak on Summary Judgment in Employment Cases
Rachel Turnpenney and Deborah J. Hudson, Turnpenney Milne LLP

Honda v. Keays Ten Years Later
Hugh R. Scher and Jeff Childs, Scher Law Professional Corporation

Restrictive Covenants Update
Matthew L. O. Certosimo and Maddie Axelrod, Borden Ladner Gervais LLP

Excerpts from the Law Society of Upper Canada's Rules of Professional Conduct