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Canadian Employment Law Answers (Print + ProView online)
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Find quick answers from experienced employment and labour lawyers to questions about legal compliance issues in areas such as employment/labour standards, human rights, health and safety and privacy in all jurisdictions of Canada. This easy-to-use looseleaf service is a compilation of the popular "Ask the Expert " column of questions and answers from Canadian Employment Law Today®, organized and indexed by topic. Table of Contents
  • Employment Contracts
  • Privacy
  • Employment Standards
  • Human Rights
  • Occupational Health and Safety
  • Employer Liability
  • Labour Law
  • Discipline
  • Terminations
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About the Author

Stuart Rudner is a leading employment lawyer and mediator in Canada, and is the founder of Rudner Law, a firm practising exclusively in the area of employment law. He and his team provide strategic advice and representation to employers and employees regarding all aspects of the employment relationship, including policies and procedures, hiring, employment agreements, human rights issues, reducing labour costs, restrictive covenants, discipline, and terminations.

He has been repeatedly named in Canadian HR Reporter's Employment Lawyers Directory (a Comprehensive Directory of the Top Employment Law and Immigration Law Practitioners in Canada). Stuart represents clients before courts, mediators and tribunals. Recently, Stuart represented the Human Resources Professionals Association at the Supreme Court of Canada in a landmark employment law case. At every stage, Stuart advises and represents his clients in a manner designed to achieve practical, cost-effective solutions. Stuart speaks and writes extensively on employment law and litigation topics. He hosts Canadian HR Law - a monthly web tv show. He authored the Employment Law chapter of Carswell's Precedents of Pleadings. He is authoring a book on summary dismissal in Canada for Carswell. He provided the legal review of ClearSite's Company Handbook Toolkit (and is their recommended employment lawyer). Stuart chairs Osgoode Professional Development's Annual Employment Law Conference. He regularly responds to reader questions in the Ask an Expert column of Canadian Employment Law Today. He contributes regularly to the Canadian Human Resources Reporter, Globe and Mail, and other legal current awareness publications. He founded the Canadian Employment Law Group on LinkedIn. Stuart speaks at programs put on by organizations including the Human Resources Professionals Association, the Ontario Bar Association, the B.C. Human Resources Management Association, Federated Press and the Law Society of Upper Canada.

Tim Mitchell represents a wide range of employers, from small start-up companies to large multinationals. Having specialized in labour and employment law for more than a decade, Tim has extensive knowledge of the issues facing federally and provincially regulated employers. He has successfully represented unionized employers in the full spectrum of labour issues. On the non-union side, Tim regularly provides counsel to employers regarding discipline issues, policy and employment agreements, workplace human rights issues and culpable and non-culpable absenteeism issues.

Tim has appeared or represented employers at all levels of the provincial and federal courts and regularly appears before the Alberta Labour Relations Board and at Boards of Arbitration. Tim also frequently represents employers at other administrative tribunals including the WCB Appeals Commission and in matters involving the Human Rights Commission. Tim is a regular lecturer at courses and seminars on employment and labour law, including leading issues such as drug and alcohol testing, work place human rights and privacy issues.

Colin Gibson is a partner with Harris & Company LLP, the largest labour and employment law firm in Western Canada. Called to the B.C. Bar in 1986, Colin is identified by Lexpert, The Best Lawyers in Canada and Canadian HR Reporter as one of the leading employment lawyers in British Columbia.

Colin acts for a wide variety of employers in the private and public sectors. He regularly appears before the B.C. Labour Relations Board, the Canada Industrial Relations Board, arbitration boards, employment standards and human rights tribunals, and the British Columbia and Federal Courts. Colin has been employer counsel in high profile and complex cases. He focuses on obtaining cost-effective results, and on finding creative and durable solutions to difficult problems.

In addition to his counsel work, Colin also represents employers in collective bargaining, sits as the employer's nominee on arbitration boards and acts as a neutral mediator in employment disputes. Colin is a former Chair of the Labour Law Section of the Canadian Bar Association (B.C. Branch) and a longstanding member of the Human Resources Management Association. He has written numerous articles on labour relations, arbitration and employment law and is a well-known speaker on those subjects at Continuing Legal Education and other seminars.

Brian Kenny is an experienced litigator who has appeared before all levels of Courts in Saskatchewan. He has also made regular appearances before labour relations boards, human rights tribunals and professional disciplinary bodies.

Brian regularly advises employer clients on the breadth of issues involved in human resource management, collective bargaining, union certification and union-management relations. He has negotiated collective agreements for employers and also for a large employees' association. Brian has significant experience defending professional negligence actions, acting most often for dentists, accountants, engineers and architects.

Brian currently acts as General Counsel to the members of the Public Service Commission of Saskatchewan, and has acted as a Hearing Officer under The Saskatchewan Police Act. A regular presenter at seminars and conferences on labour and employment law, Brian has also taught labour law and industrial relations at the Saskatchewan Institute of Applied Arts and Sciences.

Brian G. Johnston, Q.C., is a partner with Stewart McKelvey in Halifax. Named as one of the leading employment law practitioners in Atlantic Canada by The Canadian Legal Lexpert Directory, Johnston was admitted to the bar in Nova Scotia in 1981.
Peter Israel: Repeatedly named as one of Canada’s most frequently recommended employment lawyers by The Canadian Legal LEXPERT Directory and listed in the American Lawyer Media’s Guide to the Leading 500 Lawyers in Canada, Peter is the founding partner of Israel Foulon LLP, a boutique practice specializing in Employment and Labour Law. He has been awarded Martindale-Hubbell’s highest rating (“AV”) for his skills, integrity, and reputation and has been included in the Bar Register of Preeminent Lawyers 2008. Peter has also been named to the National Post-Best Lawyers in Canada in 2006-2007, 2008 and 2009, as well as the World’s Leading Lawyers in Labour and Employment Law.

As counsel to management and with more than 30 years of experience in employment and labour law, Peter represents both public and private sector employers in healthcare, manufacturing, retail, broadcast, high technology, financial services, insurance and transportation matters. He regularly advises executives and in house counsel responsible for overseeing operations and employees, and provides advice on preventative policies and procedures, recruitment, employment agreements, collective agreements, matters relating to health and safety and human rights in the context of employment, terminations and layoffs, plant closures, successor employer obligations and all manner of labour issues in both the federal and provincial arenas. Peter has represented clients before many administrative tribunals, both federal and provincial, including the Ontario Labour Relations Board, the Canada Labour Relations Board, various human rights boards of inquiry, employment standards referees, numerous grievance arbitrations, criminal and provincial offences, professional misconduct hearings, coroners’ inquests and Occupational Health and Safety proceedings. He has also appeared before all levels of court, including the Ontario Court of Appeal and the Supreme Court of Canada.