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Pension reform continues to be one of the most critical public policy issues in Canada. Osler is pleased to host a panel discussion on this topic, with some of Canada’s leading voices in this area sharing their vision on the evolution of the Canadian pension system.
Certain unique aspects of the Environmental Review Tribunal’s (ERT) rules and jurisdiction raise distinct issues in a regulatory challenge. A panel of experts, including Osler’s Jack Coop, offer insight into building a successful strategy for appearing before the ERT in this session hosted by the Ontario Bar Association’s Environmental Law Section.
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.
Osler is a proud sponsor of the 66th Annual Canadian Tax Foundation Conference in Vancouver and has three professionals speaking at the event. Edward Rowe, Martha MacDonald and Pooja Samtani join panel discussions addressing key issues in Canadian tax law.
This full-day AccessPrivacy session is aimed at enabling experienced CPOs to maintain their currency and be aware of emerging themes and developments in the privacy arena.
Hosted by Lawrence Ritchie, and featuring a panel of experts, this seminar highlights how best to respond to organizational risks using a series of scenarios relevant to general and in-house counsel.
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.
A team of Osler experts will discuss the critical legal issues arising from common cross-border alternative investment structures. Bill Corcoran, a tax lawyer from our New York office, will also be on hand to answer questions about the potential tax pitfalls of cross-border investing alternatives.
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?
Osler, Hoskin & Harcourt LLP