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Employment & Labour

Reimagining the Workplace: How to Effectively Manage
Remote Work Arrangements During COVID-19 ‎and Beyond

Safety precautions taken in response to COVID-19 have resulted in remote working arrangements becoming more commonplace. Many employers expect a large proportion of their workforce to continue working remotely even after the pandemic has subsided.
by David Spratley, Carly Meredith, Brooke Stewart and Jonathon Ward, 25 Jun 2020
Employment & Labour

Managing Potential Discrimination Hazards in the COVID-19 Workplace

Members of our national team of employment lawyers will be discussing important considerations for managing potential discrimination hazards in the workplace during and following the COVID-19 pandemic.
by Pablo Guzman, Dana F. Hooker, Malinda Yuen and Titus Totan, 5 Jun 2020
Employment & Labour

Returning to the Workplace After the COVID-19 Pandemic

Members of our national team of employment lawyers will be discussing important considerations for employers as workplaces re-open and employees return to the workplace following the global COVID-19 pandemic.
by Richard Press, Ryan Campbell and Tania Da Silva, 15 May 2020
Litigation

Litigation Associate Core Curriculum Training: Examinations for Discovery

This session focuses on examinations for discovery. Lisa Slater will lead the discussion on effective discovery strategies that will help you optimize settlement or bolster your case for trial.
by Lisa Slater, 4 Dec 2019
Litigation

Expansion of BC Civil Resolution Tribunal - A New Avenue for Society Dispute Resolution

This new dispute resolution mechanism will have significant implications for those wishing to make a claim against a society or its directors, as well as for societies and directors themselves.
by Kate Bake-Paterson and Taryn Urquhart, 19 Sep 2019
Corporate

Introducing Benefit Companies

The Business Corporations Act (B.C.) will be amended in the very near future to create “benefit companies”, a form of corporate entity which has gained popularity internationally and in the U.S.
by Kate Bake-Paterson, 20 Jun 2019
Litigation

Litigation Associate Core Curriculum Training: Examinations for Discovery

This session focuses on examinations for discovery. Lisa Slater will lead the discussion on effective discovery strategies that will help you optimize settlement or bolster your case for trial.
by Lisa Slater, 4 Dec 2019
Litigation

Expansion of BC Civil Resolution Tribunal - A New Avenue for Society Dispute Resolution

This new dispute resolution mechanism will have significant implications for those wishing to make a claim against a society or its directors, as well as for societies and directors themselves.
by Kate Bake-Paterson and Taryn Urquhart, 19 Sep 2019
Litigation

Litigation Associate Core Curriculum Training: Expert Witnesses

This session focuses on expert witnesses. Blair will help to prepare you to work with expert evidence so you can effectively select and instruct expert witnesses.
by Blair Shaw, 17 Sep 2019
Litigation

Litigation Associate Core Curriculum Training: The Essential Skill of Affidavit Drafting

Affidavits are an important and common vehicle for presenting evidence in Court. It is essential that they are prepared and sworn in accordance with law, practice, ethics and the rules of evidence.
by Amy Pressman, 30 May 2019
Litigation

Directors’ and Officers’ Liabilities - How to Jump Off a Sinking Ship

This presentation will provide an overview of some federal and provincial personal liabilities a director or officer might encounter as a result of a corporate insolvency; risk management tools and advice for Boards; and recent case law.
by Danny Nunes, 13 Feb 2019
Employment & Labour

Reimagining the Workplace: How to Effectively Manage
Remote Work Arrangements During COVID-19 ‎and Beyond

Safety precautions taken in response to COVID-19 have resulted in remote working arrangements becoming more commonplace. Many employers expect a large proportion of their workforce to continue working remotely even after the pandemic has subsided.
by David Spratley, Carly Meredith, Brooke Stewart and Jonathon Ward, 25 Jun 2020
Employment & Labour

Managing Potential Discrimination Hazards in the COVID-19 Workplace

Members of our national team of employment lawyers will be discussing important considerations for managing potential discrimination hazards in the workplace during and following the COVID-19 pandemic.
by Pablo Guzman, Dana F. Hooker, Malinda Yuen and Titus Totan, 5 Jun 2020
Employment & Labour

Returning to the Workplace After the COVID-19 Pandemic

Members of our national team of employment lawyers will be discussing important considerations for employers as workplaces re-open and employees return to the workplace following the global COVID-19 pandemic.
by Richard Press, Ryan Campbell and Tania Da Silva, 15 May 2020