Conflict Resolution at Work: Proven skills and strategies for managers and union representatives

More details about Conflict Resolution at Work: Proven skills and strategies for managers and union representatives, presented by University of Toronto Centre for Industrial Relations and Human Resources and Lancaster House

Employers, investigators, and decision-makers are often required to make determinations about the credibility and reliability of employee statements and testimony as part of their work. But how do decision-makers determine whether a witness is lying? And what weight do they attach to such a determination? What role does an investigator or decision-maker's assessment play in determining the …

More details about Fumbling through Fables?: Examining the role of credibility, reliability, and apology in investigations and arbitrations

While many residential real estate closings go as planned, there are some problems that can delay or even thwart a closing. From simple miscommunications to last-minute financing troubles, lawyers need to be alert to the early signs of potential deal-busters and have the knowledge and skills to safely save or terminate a transaction that falls apart. Never has the fragility of a timely and …

More details about Common Problems in Residential Real Estate Closings: What’s New?

Labour relations professionals may be unfamiliar with torts — legal wrongs separate and apart from breaches of contract that lead to liability. However, with the recent recognition by Canadian courts of new privacy-related and other torts that affect the workplace, it is incumbent upon unions and employers to learn about the role of these new torts in protecting against workplace misconduct. In …

More details about Torts Illustrated: A primer on torts arising in the workplace context and the latest developments

Employers, unions, and workers in the health care sector face unique challenges and added complexity given the nature of their work, increased regulatory oversight, and responsibility in caring for others. This has been especially true during the pandemic. In this webinar, experienced advocates will examine significant recent decisions of courts, arbitrators, and labour boards affecting the …

More details about Current Issues in Health Care Law: Health and safety, accommodation, discipline for off-duty conduct, privacy, and more