Recent high-profile investigations at Rideau Hall and the Canadian Museum for Human Rights have served as a stark reminder that, even in the midst of a pandemic, employers and unions have obligations to act on issues that affect employees' psychological well-being. As the price of inaction can be significant, workplace parties cannot afford to delay in identifying and addressing legitimate …

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One of your obligations as a litigator is to protect and preserve client privilege. Yet, privilege can be lost under a variety of circumstances. Do you know how to maintain privilege when communicating with your client over electronic media? What about expert reports? Are communications with and documents prepared by non-lawyers protected by privilege? This program will bring you up-to-speed.

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Event is to connect attendees with and for them to learn from colleagues across Canada. Attendees should leave better informed to be more effective in dealing with pressing legal issues from province to province as well as some key issues many local government lawyers face from homelessness to Covid-19 related matters. Also at session Life After Being a City Solicitor there will be discussion on …

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