John Evans will be a speaker at the Law Society of Upper Canada's Six Minute Administrative Lawyer 2017.
Kelly Doctor will be a speaker at the Ontario Public Service Labour Relations Conference, The Modern Approach to Dispute Resolution.
Mark Wright and others will give advocacy tips to young labour lawyers at a panel discussion hosted by The Advocates' Society.
Emma Phillips will moderate the panel "What You Wish You Knew: Labour Arbitration Tips for New Advocates" presented by The Advocates’ Society.
Cynthia Petersen will participate in an LSUC panel discussion on "Ensuring Access to Your Firm's Office and Services for People with Disabilities".
Nadine Blum will discuss the ethical issues that can arise with the use of social media in litigation at a seminar organized by the OBA's Insurance Law section.
Kelly Doctor will discuss the legal rights of persons who use service animals at the Ontario Bar Association's Annual Update on Human Rights.
Fiona Campbell will co-chair a panel on service based human rights claims at the Ontario Bar Association's Institute 2017.
Peter Engelmann will talk about Developing Human Rights Issues in Insurance at the Ontario Bar Association's Institute 2017.
Mandy Wojcik will speak from the union/staff perspective on a panel discussing accommodating student disability at the Ontario Bar Association's Institute 2017.
Heather Ann McConnell will teach Litigating Human Rights Claims at Arbitration to persons enrolled in The Osgoode Certificate in Labour Law.
Emma Phillips will make sense of the Occupational Health and Safety landscape at the OBA seminar, Bill 132: Ensuring a Safe Workplace Free of Harassment.
Stephanie Hobbs will update participants at the LSUC's 5th Annual Human Rights Summit on the law of testing for drug and alcohol impairment in the workplace.
Peter Englemann will co-chair the Law Society of Upper Canada's 5th Annual Human Rights Summit.
Cynthia Petersen will address "Dealing with Discrimination in the Workplace: Strategies for Responding to Challenges Faced by Racialized Licensees" at the Ontario Bar Association’s 2nd annual Diversity Conference.
Louis Century will participate on a panel examining the Canadian Responses to the Syrian Refugee Crisis: Reflections on the First Year.
Mandy Wojcik will co-chair the Ontario Bar Association seminar on Teachable Moments: Top Issues in Regulatory Proceedings Involving Educators.
Heather Ann McConnell will participate in a panel discussion on Teachable Moments: Top Issues in Regulatory Proceedings Involving Educators.
Nadine Blum and Kelly Doctor will lead a workshop on podcasting at the conference: Connect Create Communicate: Public Legal Education and the Access to Justice Movement.
Steven Shrybman will talk about the Trans Pacific Partnership agreement and Big Pharma at the Council of Canadian's Annual Conference.
Josh Mandryk will participate on a panel addressing issues of justice, legal considerations and movement building at the Ecological Farm Internship Workshop.
Jim McDonald and Heather Ann McConnell will talk about social media issues in the workplace at the OPFFA fall education seminar.
Nadine Blum will tell you what your pregnancy and parental leave rights are at this free workshop at the Gerrard/Ashdale Public Library in Toronto.
Steven Barrett will discuss the effectiveness and appropriateness of interest arbitration in resolving collective bargaining impasses in the public sector.
Marlys Edward will appear before the Supreme Court of Stratford to defend MacBeth and Lady MacBeth on charges they murdered King Duncan.
Josh will discuss how the Employment Standards Act applies to workers in the gig economy at a conference organized by the Centre for Labour Management Relations.
Mandy will discuss what the Occupational Health and Safety Act means for workers in the gig economy at a conference organized by the Centre for Labour Management Relations.
Daniel Iny will participate in a Law Society of Upper Canada webcast dealing with Ethical Issues in Employment Law.
Mark Wright will speak at the 2016 Annual Meeting of the National Academy of Arbitrators.
John Evans will discuss "Reasons Writing and Consistency in an Appellate Administrative Tribunal" to the Refugee Appeal Division of the Immigration and Refugee Board.
The Law Society of Upper Canada's seminar on The Duty to Accommodate in the Workplace will address pressing accommodation issues.
Jim will speak at the Law Society of Upper Canada's seminar on The Duty to Accommodate in the Workplace.
Steven Barrett will participate in a round table discussion on negotiating agreements with physicians at the Health Policy Council meeting of the C. D. Howe Institute.
Steven Shrybman examines how international trade and investment agreements restrict governments' ability to protect the rights of their citizens for the Canadian Council for International Co-operation.
Steven Barrett will host the Supreme and Appellate Court Plenary at the 2016 Canadian Association of Labour Lawyers conference.
Nadine Blum will talk about the professional implications of lawyers engaging in social media at the 2016 Canadian Association of Labour Lawyers' conference.
Emma will consider "Privacy: A Right Without a Remedy?" at the 2016 Canadian Association of Labour Lawyers conference.
Steven will discuss labour rights and the Trans-Pacific Trade Partnership Treaty at the 2016 Canadian Association of Labour Lawyers conference.
John Evans will speak at the Advanced Administrative Law Conference for Judges held by the Canadian Institute for the Administration of Justice.
Kelly Doctor will talk about human rights issues in collective bargaining at ETFO's Collective Bargaining for Women Conference.
Peter will argue for the union in a mock arbitration panel at the 2016 Accommodation Law Conference, "Accommodation Allowed … or Denied?"
Steven Shrybman will discuss the opposition to some of Canada's free trade agreements at the 2016 Left Forum Conference
Kelly Doctor will discuss advancing the law of human rights in OPD's Certificate program in Human Rights Theory and Practice.
Peter Engelmann discusses the remedial powers of human rights tribunals for students in OPD's Certificate program in Human Rights Theory and Practice.
Emma Phillips will discuss the legal implications of teaching evaluations for one of our faculty association clients.
Cynthia appeared before the Parliamentary Standing Committee on Justice and Human Rights - listen to her submissions!
Marlys Edwardh will facilitate The Advocates Society breakfast discussion on global human rights issues.
Steven Shrybman will discuss the labour provisions of the Trans-Pacific Partnership at a seminar organized by the Trade Justice Network
Emma Phillips will discuss developments in workplace privacy law at the Canadian Institute's 13th annual privacy law forum.
Peter Engelmann updates the law of accommodation at this Infonex conference on Practical Strategies for Facilitating Accommodation in Canada's Public Sector.
Nadine Blum will lead a workshop at the Danforth/Coxwell Library on the things you need to know about pregnancy and parental leave.
Jessica Orkin will discuss Perspectives and Positions on Free, Prior and Informed Consent in Canada.
Howard Goldblatt will teach Grievance Arbitration: Protecting Rights and Resolving Conflicts as part of the Osgoode Certificate in Labour Law.
Lindsay Lawrence will teach Collective Bargaining to students in Osgoode Professional Development’s Certificate in Labour Law.
Emma Phillips will participate in a panel discussion on Gendered Violence in Armed Conflicts at the Annual Canadian International Law Students’ Conference.
Peter Engelmann and Colleen Bauman speak at a CUASA lunch and learn.
Cynthia Petersen will appear at the Ontario Court of Appeal Clerks’ Speakers Series to discuss public interest litigation and the role of interveners.
Steven Barrett and Steven Shrybman will participate in a public forum in which trade unionists, workers' activists and academics examine whether we can re-frame work as a public good, rather than a commodity.
Nadine Blum will lead a workshop at the Danforth/Coxwell Library on what you need to know about pregnancy and parental leave
Peter Engelmann will discuss “Privacy, off duty conduct, social media" at the PIPSC staff conference
Kelly Doctor will talk about mental health and disability at the Law Society's 4th annual Human Rights Summit.
Peter Engelmann will co-chair the Law Society of Upper Canada's 4th Annual Human Rights Summit.
Frances Mahon will speak at the Canadian Bar Association's seminar on LGBT Rights, Evolving Standards, and the Law.
Jessica Orkin will discuss “The new federal Cabinet Directive on Modern Treaty Implementation” at the PBLI's Canadian Aboriginal Law conference.
In this webcast, Colleen Bauman will address how to recognize sexual harassment, what actions to take and what the public service is doing to address it.
Marlys Edwardh will participate in The Advocates' Society's seminar on how to make compelling written and oral submissions in Supreme Court of Canada appeals.
Jessica Orkin will participate on a panel discussing notable Charter advances in criminal law at the OBA's 14th Annual Charter Conference.
Fiona Campbell will discuss how to choose the best forum for human rights complaints at the CCLA's Six Minute Employment Lawyer
Daniel Sheppard will talk about searches of law offices at the Osgoode Professional Development's 9th Bi-Annual Symposium on Search and Seizure Law in Canada
Christine Davies will discuss the most significant WSIAT decisions of the past year from a worker's perspective.
Kelly Doctor will talk about workplace human rights and the duty to accommodate disability at JVS Toronto's Autism Spectrum Disorder Job-Readiness Group.
Cassandra Porter and Louis Century will serve as mentors at the TLA's 2nd Annual Drafting Winning Motion Materials.
Steven Shrybman will discuss the dangers of public-private partnerships at a symposium held by the Newfoundland and Labrador division of CUPE.
Natai Shelsen will discuss developments in Aboriginal Law at the Association des juristes d’expression française de l’Ontario’s annual convention.
Danielle Leon Foun Lin will discuss the right to strike in Canada at the Association des juristes d’expression française de l’Ontario’s annual convention.
Stephen Krashinsky will discuss privacy issue and video surveillance at the annual conference of the Canadian Association of Labour Lawyers.
Steven Barrett and Ethan Poskanzer will lead the Supreme Court of Canada Review panel at the annual conference of the Canadian Association of Labour Lawyers
Peter Engelmann discusses how to assist disabled grievors and clients at the annual conference of the Canadian Association of Labour Lawyers
Steven will bring conference attendees up to date on Canadian legal developments.
Steven Barrett will discuss the impact of the Supreme Court of Canada’s recent freedom of association decisions at the Six Minute Labour Lawyer.
Marlys Edwardh will participate on a panel at an education seminar for the judges of the Ontario Court of Appeal
Cynthia Petersen will participate in a panel discussion of the Law Society's model policy on LGBT inclusion in law firms.
METRAC works with individuals, communities and institutions to change ideas, actions and policies with the goal of ending violence against women and youth.
Christine Davies will address the intersection of workplace safety & insurance and other areas of law at the OBA Workplace Safety and Insurance Law Program.
Jessica Orkin will discuss R. v. Kokopenace and jury representativeness at the Law Union of Ontario's Annual Conference
Cynthia Petersen will participate in an LSUC panel discussion in honour of Mental Health Week.
Peter Engelmann will discuss workplace restoration, new developments in human rights law and other issues for students in the OPD's Certificate program.
Kelly Doctor will teach a module in Osgoode Professional Development's Certificate program in Human Rights Theory and Practice.
Steven Barrett will talk about the legal foundations of the right to strike at Queen's University.
Steven looks at the practical implications of the new labour trilogy for employers, employees and unions.
Peter Engelmann will review last year's top accommodation cases at the Centre For Labour-Management Development's 2015 Accommodation Law Conference.
Steven Barrett will participate in the Forum on the recent Supreme Court of Canada decisions on labour rights.
Jessica Orkin will discuss what role counsel has to play in ensuring an Aboriginal accused's rights are protected in light of R. v. Kokopenace.
Cathy Lace will present a workshop on "After Bill 168: Health and Safety in the Academy"
Fiona Campbell will discuss an employer's duty to accommodate age in the workplace in light of the virtual elimination of mandatory retirement in Ontario.
Steven Barrett, Kelly Doctor, Emma Phillips and Ethan Poskanzer will participate in a workshop for Cuban and Canadian labour lawyers.
Emma Phillips will talk about labour relations in the university sector at the 9th International Conference on Labor Rights in Havana.
Cynthia Petersen will moderate a special panel of speakers marking the anniversary of the LSUC rules against discrimination.
Peter Engelmann will co-chair the LSUC's human rights summit, held on International Human Rights Day.
Kelly Doctor will discuss how the conflict between seniority and the duty to accommodate can be resolved.
Darrell Brown will co-chair the Lancaster House Pensions Conference in Toronto.
Steven Barrett will talk about recent Supreme Court of Canada decisions in employment law in this webcast.
Lise Leduc to speak at the Canadian Bar Association's 15th Annual Administrative Law, Labour and Employment Law Conference
Emma Phillips and Daniel Sheppard talk about representing clients pro bono in international human rights disputes.
Peter Engelmann will talk explore the issue of bias at the Annual Advanced Administrative Law and Practice conference.
Marlys Edwardh will discuss lawyering for human rights in a national security context.
Cathy Lace will look at what lies ahead for faculty associations at OCUFA 50th Anniversary conference.
Steven Barrett will discuss the lessons learned from this unpaid overtime class action.
Colleen Bauman will discuss the impact government restrictions on the right to strike have on collective bargaining at the Canadian Labour Board Law Conference
Steven Shrybman talks about private clinics and the assault on public health care.
Emma Phillips will discuss privacy in the workplace at the annual conference of the Canadian Institute for the Administration of Justice.
Steven Barrett discusses the jurisprudence on collective bargaining and Charter rights at the UFCW Canada Lawyers Conference.
Cynthia Petersen will discuss competing interests in the LGBTQ2S communities at the World Pride Human Rights Conference.
Emma Phillip explains the duty to accommodate mental and physical disabilities in the workplace at the Lancaster House conference on Accommodating Mental and Physical Disabilities in the Workplace.
Colleen Bauman will discuss the Supreme Court of Canada's upcoming decisions on the right to strike at Lancaster House's 3rd Annual Labour Law Conference in Ottawa.
Cynthia Petersen on what law firms need to know about discrimination and harassment at the OBA Equality Committee's seminar on "Human Rights - It's Not Just About Big Firms."
Cynthia Petersen talks about gay rights at the Canada Featured Nation: Equality Forum 2014 in Philadelphia.
Peter Engelmann will discuss important legislative changes and court cases impacting federal labour relations at the OBA's "Federal Labour Relations Update."
Lindsay Lawrence will set out a roadmap for employers and employees at the post-conference workshop of the Lancaster House Human Rights and Accommodation Conference.
Fiona Campbell discusses pensions, job performance, accommodation issues and more at the Lancaster House Human Rights and Accommodation Conference 2014.
Peter Engelmann will talk about everything from the privacy of medical records to addiction to pornography at this conference at the Centre for Labour Management Development's Accommodation Law Conference in Ottawa.
Cynthia Petersen will discuss where persons who experience discrimination and bullying in legal workplaces can find support at the Law Union of Ontario's Annual Conference.
Daniel Sheppard will talk about the impact of the Bedford decision on constitutional litigation at the CBA seminar sponsored by the Civil Liberties and Human Rights sections.
Steven Barrett argues that administrative tribunals should not be stripped of the right to impose Charter remedies.
Stephanie Hobbs discusses when misconduct is a firing offence and when progressive discipline is appropriate in Lancaster House's audio conference, "One Strike and You're out?"
Kelly Doctor updates the vice chairs of the GSB on addictions and the new DSM-V.
Marlys Edwardh will discuss the changes to the criminal justice system since R. v. Swain and the role of mental health courts at Osgoode Professional Development's National Symposium on Mental Disorder and Criminal Justice.
Christine Davies will look at issues arising from an employer's duty to re-employ and the workplace parties' duty to cooperate at the OBA's Institute 2014.
Peter Engelmann will co-chair the Lancaster House conference on bargaining in the broader public sector.
Steven Barrett will talk about legislative restrictions on collective bargaining at the Lancaster House conference on bargaining in the broader public sector.
Darrell Brown will co-chair the first Lancaster House pension law conference.
MP refers to Steven Barrett as "the Wayne Gretzky of labour law".
Emma Phillips will discuss the legal nature of workplace privacy rights at the Centre for Law in the Contemporary Workplace conference on privacy law.
Steven Barrett will talk about the constitutional limits of the right to collective bargaining at the OBA's 12th Annual Charter Conference.
Marissa Pollock will talk to arbitrators about when and how to mediate rights disputes at arbitration.
Emma Phillips will discuss the latest cases, social media, background checks and much more at the Canadian Institute's 11th Annual Forum on Privacy Law and Compliance.
Marlys Edwardh will outline the steps to take when your client has been charged with a criminal offence at the LSUC's Civil Litigators Series: Criminal Law
Lorne Richmond will co-chair Lancaster House's Construction Industry Labour Law Conference 2013.
Cynthia Petersen will talk to female lawyers about building their profile and credibility at The Advocates' Society's Women in Litigation Conference.
Marlys Edwardh will talk to young lawyers about the things she wished she had known when she was starting her career at the Advocates' Society's Fireside Chat on Advocacy.
Lise Leduc talks to the Association des juristes d'expression française de l'Ontario about the practical aspects of practising labour law in French.
Daniel Iny outlines a lawyer's obligations to his/her firm, to LawPRO and to his/her client when the lawyer makes a mistake.
Cynthia Petersen will conduct a diversity training workshop for sole practitioners and small law firms as part of an OBA seminar on human rights.
Cynthia Petersen will discuss the challenge to Canada's prostitution laws at the HIV/AIDs Legal Network's 5th Symposium on HIV, Law and Human Rights.
Emma Phillips will provide an update on privacy and an employee's medical records at the LSUC's Six Minute Labour Lawyer.
Emma Phillips will moderate the plenary session "Labour Fights Back – Responding to the Attack on Collective Bargaining and Trade Unions" at the CALL conference.
Peter Engelmann will discuss privacy issues in labour law at the 2013 annual conference of the Canadian Association of Labour Lawyers.
Steven Shrybman will talk to labour lawyers about international trade agreements and the protection of public services at the annual conference of the Canadian Association of Labour Lawyers.
Steven Barrett will talk about right to work laws at the Canadian Industrial Relations Association's 50th Annual Conference.
Emma Phillips will talk about some of the legal issues that arise when an employer wants to obtain medical information from an employee in a Lancaster House audio conference.
Cynthia Petersen will talk about the intersections between schools, sexual orientation and gender identity and the law at OUTShine, the first National Gay/Straight Alliance Summit.
Peter Engelmann will discuss the latest legislative changes and caselaw at Lancaster House's Annual Labour Law Conference in Ottawa.
Lise Leduc will talk about cost cutting, collective bargaining, and freedom of association at the Lancaster House Annual Labour Law Conference in Ottawa.
Peter Engelmann will discuss a variety of accommodation law issues at the 2013 Accommodation Law Conference (Ottawa).
Steven Shrybman talks about what unions can do to help save democracy at the Alberta Federation of Labour's annual convention.
Steven Barrett will discuss the difference legislation makes to union activity in Canada and the U.S at the United Association for Labor Education Conference 2013.
Cynthia Petersen will moderate a panel looking at the relationship between human rights legislation and the Charter at Osgoode Professional Development's 2012 Constitutional Cases.
Steven Barrett will discuss all the new legal developments at the Lancaster House Human Rights and Accommodation Conference 2013.
Cathy Lace will co-chair the Lancaster House Human Rights and Accommodation Conference in Toronto.
Emma Phillips will address the meaning of undue hardship and the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act at Lancaster House's Human Rights and Accommodation Conference.
Steven Barrett will discuss the constitutional protection of labour rights at the International Conference - Labour Rights and their Impact on Democracy, Economic Equality and Social Justice.
Lorne Richmond will discuss when damages might be ordered in jurisdictional disputes and sector disputes at Insight's 6th Biennial Construction Labour Relations conference.
Peter Engelmann will address the accommodation issues that arise in connection with recurring periods of illness/disability at a Lancaster House audio conference.
Emma Phillips explains family status discrimination at the Police Association of Ontario's annual conference.
Mark Wright will bring you up to speed on the significant labour law developments of 2012 at this Lancaster House audio conference.
Steven Barrett to participate in OCUFA's conference "Academia in the Age of Austerity".