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Employment & Labour - Alberta
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Emphasis on: occupational health and safety (investigations, defence of charges, policy creation, training and implementation); alcohol and drug policies; cannabis (assisted growers and retailer operations through to workplace management of safety sensitive); white collar crime and employee trust thefts; mergers and acquisitions; privacy; workplace employment policies, including training; workplace investigations including training; employee discipline and dismissal; disability and accommodation; human rights and discrimination; workers’ compensation; pension and benefits; and, unionized workforce issues.
Alberta Bar, 2004. Guest lecturer, Employment Law, University of Calgary. CBA Mentor. Alberta Director, CACE.
CBA (Labour and Employment – South - Past Chair; and, Privacy).
Keep Calm and ... Understand Cannibis: What Employers in the Energy Sector Want to Know About Legalized Cannabis in the Workplace - Canadian Energy Law Foundation, Volume 56, Issue 2 of the Alberta Law Review; Canadian Employment Safety and Health Guide – published article on Cannabis FAQs; A Look at Canadian Privacy and Anti-Spam Laws - International Association of Defense Counsel, Volume 84, Issue 4 of the Defense Counsel Journal; Various McCarthy Tétrault L&E Blogs including: Obtaining Marevas During Times of Increased Fraud; COVID-19 Update: Moving Forward - Considerations for the Re-Opening of Physical Workplaces.