Chatham-Kent: SOLD OUT IN-PERSON Employment Law Update with McTague Law

Date and Time

Starts:02/15/2023 8:30 AM

Ends:02/15/2023 11:30 AM

Registration Closes:02/18/2023 9:00 PM

Event Type: Professional Development

2.0 CPD Hour(s)

Smitty's Restaurant - Pine Room 307 Grand Ave West Chatham, Ontario


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Additional Information

THIS EVENT HAS SOLD OUT. Please email to be waitlisted.

This is an IN-PERSON event in Chatham.

Registering online in advance is required. A $35 + tax “no show/late cancellation” fee will be charged if cancellation is not provided to at least 3 business days in advance. Registrations will not be accepted at the door.

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When you work in HR, employment law questions are often a regular part of the workday. As such, it is vitally important that HR professionals understand current statutory and case law, and stay up to date in this ever-changing landscape. While the specific topic details will be finalized closer to the event date, topics may include: COVID-19 Updates (Vaccination Policy, Hybrid Work Arrangements), Refusal to Work/Return Back to the Office, Privacy Laws, Employment Contracts, Case Law Updates, Termination updates, and/or Navigating Unionized Environments. Please join us as Michael Wills and David Amyot from McTague Law Firm LLP provide updates on current case law, statutory changes, and recent developments impacting the workplace.

Learning Objectives:

1. Learn of decisions in recent case law

2. Promote cases in litigation of key interest to HR practitioners

3. Describe impact of decisions on future of work


8:30 AM   Arrival Registration and Breakfast

9:25 AM   Chapter Board Remarks

9:30 AM   Presentation   

11:30 AM   Event Concludes

Registration Closed:  ** SOLD OUT **    Email to be waitlisted.

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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.

Michael Wills

In 1997, Michael Wills joined the McTague Law Firm and in 2002 became a partner in the firm. Mr. Wills practices in the Employment and Labour Law Department, and represents clients in respect to collective bargaining, grievance arbitrations, Labour Board proceedings, Human Rights issues, Workplace Safety and Insurance matters, and Employment Standards proceedings. In particular, Mr. Wills has an active practice in the area of union certification and strike actions. Mr. Wills also represents management clients in actions for wrongful dismissal