Windsor: Legal Update with McTague Law Firm

Date and Time

Starts:03/09/2022 6:30 PM

Ends:03/09/2022 8:00 PM

Registration Closes:03/08/2022 8:00 AM

Event Type: Webinar

1.5 CPD Hour(s)



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Additional Information

Event Sponsor

We are pleased to have the lawyers of McTague Law Firm provide insights on the most recent HR-related legislative changes and recent case law. Practical recommendations will be shared on how to proactively manage and respond to workplace issues in order to mitigate legal risk. Topics to include: ESA - Bill 27 (minimum wage increase, removal of non-compete) and continued COVID impact (WSIB claims, vaccination policy options, remote work rights, etc) and more.

* The slides and recording for this event are NOT being shared post-event therefore you will need to attend this virtual event live at the date and time indicated above. *


6:30 PM - Welcome and Introductions

6:35 PM - Speaker Presentation, including Q&A

8:00 PM - Event Concludes

Registration closes: March 8, 2022 at 8:00am

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Learning Objectives:

Learn about latest legislative updates

Discuss strategies for local businesses and organizations surrounding Bill 27 and newest COVID-19 restrictions

Review latest litigation cases to mitigate risks arising from non-compliance issues

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Speaker bio(s)
David Amyot

In 2002, David Amyot joined the McTague Law Firm and seven years later he became a partner of the firm. Mr. Amyot practices in the Employment and Labour Law Department which is dedicated exclusively to the representation of employers and management in labour and employment law matters. He has assisted clients in responding to union certification applications, collective bargaining, labour arbitration, wrongful dismissal actions, human rights complaints, Ontario Labour Relation Board matters and construction labour issues. Mr. Amyot frequently acts as a Prosecutor for municipal police services regarding police disciplinary matters under the Police Services Act. As well, he provides employers day-to-day advice with respect to ongoing labour and human resource matters.

Nancy Jammu-Taylor

Nancy Jammu-Taylor joined the McTague Law Firm in 2003 and became a partner in 2008. Ms. Jammu-Taylor practices in the Employment and Labour Law Department and primarily represents employers with respect to collective bargaining, grievance arbitrations, judicial review applications, Labour Relations Board matters, including applications under the Public Sector Labour Relations Transitions Act, and Human Rights Code proceedings. She also has experience with wrongful dismissal matters and Employment Standards Act proceedings and has assisted employers in conducting workplace investigations, particularly regarding allegations of harassment, including sexual harassment, and workplace violence. Ms. Jammu-Taylor has provided training to employees on workplace harassment and violence in accordance with the Occupational Health and Safety Act. In addition, Ms. Jammu-Taylor has represented clients in the health care industry at Consent and Capacity Board matters.

Garth Kidd

In 2007, Garth Kidd joined the McTague Law Firm and currently practices in the Employment and Labour Law Department. His primary focus is on advising employers in regards to their obligations under provincial and federal labour and employment legislation, including the Employment Standards Act, the Canada Labour Code, and the Human Rights Code. He also assists with the representation of Employers in labour arbitrations, human rights and wrongful dismissal matters. Mr. Kidd has also done a significant amount of research on municipal and privacy law issues.