cannabis, légalisation, décriminalisation
Product Details
978-0-7798-8680-7
Book
New editions supplied on standing order subscription
Approximately 160 pages
1 volume bound
softcover
2018-11-26
Carswell

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Cannabis in the Workplace
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Description

Legalization of cannabis will have a large impact on workplaces in ways that alcohol has not. Employers face various cannabis-related issues with respect to health and safety, privacy, accommodation, and even criminal matters. This book will provide needed guidance and straightforward analysis, and it will identify areas of possible concern for employers.

About the Author

John R. Gilmore is co-leader of Bennett Jones’ Employment Services Practice Group. John’s practice focuses on management-side employment and labour, wrongful dismissal, human rights, constitutional and privacy law. John advises clients on employment contract and collective agreement interpretation and drafting, as well as employee terminations and down-sizing.

John appears regularly before federal and provincial labour arbitration boards, courts and human rights tribunals. John has particular expertise representing federally regulated employers before federally appointed arbitration boards, the CIRB, the Federal Court and the Federal Court of Appeal. At the provincial level, John often appears before the Alberta Court of Appeal and the Alberta Court of Queen's Bench on a wide array of employment and labour matters. John represents clients in litigation proceedings on issues such as wrongful dismissal, disability plans, employment contracts, compensation/share arrangements, breach of fiduciary duties and employee confidentiality.
John also advises clients on executive employment compensation, incentive plans and severance entitlement and assists with the combination and reorganization of employees in corporate mergers and acquisitions.