Employment: Policies on Remote Work; Advising Clients During the Pandemic: Common Issues in the Workplace; Case Comment: Waksdale v Swegon North America, 2020 ONCA 391; Severance Obligations Following a Purchase & Sale Case Comment: Manthadi v. ASCO Man | CPDonline.ca

Employment: Policies on Remote Work; Advising Clients During the Pandemic: Common Issues in the Workplace; Case Comment: Waksdale v Swegon North America, 2020 ONCA 391; Severance Obligations Following a Purchase and Sale Case Comment: Manthadi v. ASCO Man

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Credits
Professionalism (Ethics, etc.): 0.25
15 minutes
Substantive: 1.0
1 hour
Published
2021
Presenter(s)
Jon Pinkus
Alan Riddell
Kathleen Robichaud
Joel Rocque
Paul Willetts
Source
County of Carleton Law Association (CCLA)
Provider
CPDOnline.ca
Language
English
Length
75 minutes
Price
$109.00 plus tax
Includes Handouts

Joel Rocque, Paul Willetts, Alan Riddell, Jon PInkus, and Kathleen Robichaud present:

Employment

  • Policies on Remote Work
  • Advising Clients During the Pandemic: Common Issues in the Workplace
  • Case Comment: Waksdale v Swegon North America, 2020 ONCA 391
  • Severance Obligations Following a Purchase and Sale Case Comment: Manthadi v. ASCO Man

Presenters

Jon Pinkus

Alan Riddell

Alan Riddell is a Partner in the Employment and Labour Group of Soloway Wright LLP. He was born in Ottawa and is a graduate of the University of Toronto Law School and the Institut d’Etudes Politiques de Paris, in Paris, France. He has over 25 years of experience in advising on, and litigating, labour, employment, human rights and public law issues. He is fluently bilingual and practices law in both official languages. He has published, lectured and litigated extensively in the fields of labour and employment law, human rights law and public law. Alan has appeared as counsel before many different administrative tribunals in the fields of labour and employment law, human rights and public law as well as in a number of reported cases in the Ontario Superior Court, Ontario Court of Appeal, and Federal Court of Appeal. In 1991 and 1992, he served as counsel and agent to the Deputy Minister of National Revenue on Employment Insurance appeals to the Tax Court of Canada. During his legal career, Alan has also successfully argued several high profile constitutional and administrative law cases in the Supreme Court of Canada, including Canada's first major court decision interpreting the rights of federal government employees under the Access to Information and Privacy Acts (Dagg v. Minister of Finance), in which he successfully defended the access to information rights of public servants. Alan advises both employer clients and employee clients. As a result of his extensive 25-year experience in simultaneously representing both employers and employees, he has acquired insights into what practical steps employers need to take to resolve employment disputes before they escalate into expensive litigation.

Kathleen Robichaud Sole Practitioner & Planning Committee Co-Chair

Kathleen Robichaud is a sole practitioner practicing in Manotick, Ontario. She has a business degree from the University of Ottawa obtained in 1994. She earned her law degree at Queens University, graduating in 1997. She articled at Perley-Robertson Hill & McDougall in Ottawa. She was called to the Ontario bar in 1999 and is a Lawyer member of the Law Society of Upper Canada. Shortly after articling, Kathleen moved to Toronto and practiced there until returning to the Ottawa area and settling in Manotick in July of 2010. She has worked primarily as a sole practitioner throughout her years of practice. Kathleen is a member of the County of Carleton Law Association. She is co-chair of the organizing Committee for the East Region Solicitors Conference. She is also Past-Chair of the Sole, Small and General Practice Section of the Ontario Bar Association (OBA) and Past-Chair of the Pro Bono Sub Committee of the OBA. She is the Vice-Chair for the for the Solo, Small Firm and General Practice forum of the Canadian Bar Association (CBA) and an East Region Representative of Council for the OBA. Kathleen has been a member of the Discipline Committee of the Professional Engineers of Ontario since 2013 and presides over professional conduct hearings as part of panel of adjudicators. Kathleen’s practice includes Corporate Law, Real Estate including development work and Wills and Estates.

Joel Rocque

Paul Willetts

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