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The landscape of Aboriginal law has evolved at a considerate pace in the last 20 years in Canada. With it comes the need to better understand Aboriginal legal matters and interactions with Aboriginal groups within industry and project developments across the country.
Aimed at industry participants and corporate counsel, this Lexpert course is for industry professionals looking for up-to-date guidance on best practices and practical strategies for managing risks in a complex industry environment.
Osler’s Jennifer Dolman is co-presenting an informative session on the best practices for enforcing non-competes at the Annual Franchise Law Conference in Seattle, Washington.
This complimentary webinar will build upon Carol Buckmann’s popular Pensions and Benefits Law blog series on U.S. fiduciary duties. Louise Greig will also be on hand to provide insights on the differences between U.S. and Canadian law, helping you to manage Canadian and cross-border pension responsibility.
In conjunction with HealthAchieve 2014, Osler is pleased to offer two concurrent sessions discussing recent developments in the heathcare industry – Balancing Professional Staff Rights and Hospitals’ Obligations to their Employees and Canada Health Act: A Barrier to Patient Centric Care?
On September 16, the OECD released its first set of final recommendations under the OECD/G20 Base Erosion and Profit Shifting project. Join us for a breakfast seminar to learn more about these measures and how they could impact your affairs.
Osler partner Mary Paterson moderates Injunction and Other Interim Remedies in Arbitration at ADRIC 2014, ADR Canada’s Annual National Conference in Montréal.
Featuring Osler’s Ian McSweeney and Jana Steele, this panel discussion will address key concerns associated with the Canadian retirement landscape while encouraging dialogue from attendees on how the asset management industry can become more attuned to retirement issues.
This program features Osler’s Jennifer Dolman and other experienced trial lawyers reviewing and explaining their personal checklists of “must do” activities to make sure that all contingencies are covered over the last few months leading up to trial.
At the Northwind Professional Institute’s 11th Annual Pension Fund Invitational Forum, Osler’s Ian McSweeney and Jana Steele participate in a panel discussion on key considerations when implementing pension and employee benefit design changes that operate to reduce benefits.
Osler, Hoskin & Harcourt LLP