Our clients work hard to meet their obligations in complicated and constantly changing legal, regulatory and economic environments. We’re here to help. That’s why we’ve launched a new client education program, Leading Questions.
Leading Questions events address the issues that confront you and your organization. They are held regularly, and include seminars, workshops, webinars, podcasts, guest speakers, and more. We answer the questions you’ve been wondering about, as well as those you didn’t even know you had.
Our client seminars and other in-person events may also give you an opportunity to meet our other clients, and to share your knowledge and experiences in an informal setting.
Many of you may recall our successful Laws & Bagels client seminars held some years ago. Those seminars addressed many legal issues of importance to our clients. Leading Questions carries on that tradition, but offers other ways to engage and learn in addition to traditional client seminars.
We are also always available to develop and deliver educational events and materials designed specifically for your organization.
We launch Leading Questions in 2018 with a seminar on social media in the workplace – a timely issue, if there ever was one! We will discuss a variety of legal issues, including:
Check your email inbox (or spam filter) for our invitation to this seminar. It was sent out on January 17th!
Construction trade unions reps will want to attend this information-packed seminar, which will include:
Keep your eye out for our invitation, which will be emailed in early March.
If you are a Goldblatt Partners client, and would like to receive registration information for Leading Questions events, please email: email@example.com and ask to be added to our mailing list.
We regularly speak at in-house educational events organized by our clients for their own staff and representatives. The legal issues we’ve been asked to address in recent months include: social media in the workplace; how to navigate the grievance and arbitration process; human rights issues in collective bargaining; family status discrimination; and an update on recent arbitration cases.
We are always available to help you with your in-house seminars. If you would like us to speak at an event you have organized, or to develop a seminar or workshop for your organization, please contact Kelly Doctor.