Windsor - Chatham-Kent: 02.11.21 * VIRTUAL* Legal Update Event

Date and Time

Starts:02/11/2021 9:00 AM

Ends:02/11/2021 12:00 PM

Event Type: Webcast

3.0 Hour(s)



Members: Free or Optional $5 Donation | Non-Members: $30


Additional Information

Event Sponsor

Employment law questions are part of the workday, pretty much every day, when you work in HR. For that reason, it is of vital importance that HR professionals understand current statutory and case law, and stay up to date in this ever-changing landscape. Windsor and Chatham-Kent Chapters are excited to have Nancy Jammu-Taylor, Michael Wills and David Amyot of McTague Law Firm join us once again to provide an update on recent developments impacting the workplace. Topics of discussion may include, but are not limited to: - Negotiations and Labour Relations - Accommodation and Disability Management - Terminations and Constructive Dismissal - Case Law Update - Current Trends in Employment Law.


9:00am - Welcome and Introductions

9:05am - Speaker Presentation

12:00pm - Event Concludes

Registration closes: February 10, 2021 at 8:00am.

** During registration, please consider the donation option. Donated funds collected through this event registration will be equally divided between Indspire and Black Youth Helpline, preferred charities identified by HRPA members in a recent survey. **

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 is a partner with the McTague Law Firm. Prior to commencing law, she completed her undergraduate degree in Psychology at the University of Windsor, her Masters in Child Psychology at the University of Detroit Mercy and then returned to the University of Windsor where she completed her law degree in 2002. Upon graduation, she articled with the McTague Law Firm and was called to the Bar in July of 2003. Nancy practices solely in the Labour and Employment department, representing employers. She has experience in interest and rights arbitration hearings, negotiations, wrongful dismissal cases, Employment Standards Act hearings, Labour Relations Board matters, human rights proceedings, and is often called upon to provide daily labour and employment advice to management. Nancy has also been retained by employers to conduct internal investigations, particularly with respect to allegations of sexual harassment, as well as training on workplace harassment and violence. Nancy served as a Director on the Windsor Family Credit Union Board from 2008-2014, and the Art Gallery of Windsor Board for one year from 2012-2013. Prior to that, she served as a Board member for the Windsor-Essex Children's Aid Foundation for approximately 6 years.

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