OHS caselaw update at Dentons’ June 10th employment law seminar in Toronto

Adrian Miedema will be leading a presentation entitled “Recent OHS Cases of Interest” at Dentons’ complimentary half-day employment law seminar in Toronto on Friday, June 10th.  You are welcome to join us.

Other presentations at the seminar will be as follows:

  • “Workplace confidential: How to maintain privilege over workplace investigations”, presented by Andy Pushalik and Rahim Punjani
  • “Bill 132: Ontario’s new sexual violence and harassment legislation – what employers need to know”, presented by Sabrina Serino
  • “To compete or not to compete? Tips and traps when drafting restrictive covenants”, presented by Jeff Mitchell and Chelsea Rasmussen
  • “How to support transgender employees”, presented by Anneli LeGault
  • “You tweeted what?!: Tips on effectively managing social media in the workplace”, presented by Matthew Curtis and Saba Zia
  • “Covering your assets: Common employer liabilities and best practices for managing HR risk”, presented by Blair McCreadie and Carmen Francis
  • “Do you sponsor a Group RRSP or defined contribution pension plan? Beware of “estimates” that your provider wants to give your employees”, presented by Mary Picard and Aiwen Xu

Date & Time
Friday, June 10, 2016
Registration and breakfast:  8:30-9:00 a.m.
Welcome remarks and special guest speaker:  9:00-9:30 a.m.
Breakout sessions:  9:45-12:15 p.m.
Lunch and special guest speaker:  12:15 p.m.

Location
Dentons Canada LLP
77 King Street West
5th Floor
Toronto, ON

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Contact
Please contact toronto.events@dentons.com for any questions.

Adrian Miedema

About Adrian Miedema

Adrian is a partner in the Toronto Employment group of Dentons Canada LLP. He advises and represents public- and private-sector employers in employment, health and safety and human rights matters. He appears before employment tribunals and all levels of the Ontario courts on behalf of employers. He also advises employers on strategic and risk management considerations in employment policy and contracts.

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