Critical Advocacy Strategies for Labour and Employment Lawyers
Author(s): Ontario Bar Asscoiation
Publication Date: September 2016
Format: shipped (hardcopy), download (PDF)


Description

Why fear your upcoming hearing, arbitration or court appearance, when you can get practical experience with guidance from expert advocates and decision makers in a safe, educational environment? Get essential updates and practical strategies for advocating before Labour Boards, Human Rights Tribunals, Arbitrators and in the Court.

PROGRAM CHAIRS

Jeffrey E. Goodman, Partner, Hicks Morley Hamilton Stewart Storie LLP
Bethan Dinning, Associate, Borden Ladner Gervais LLP

TABLE OF CONTENTS

Session 1: Advocacy Update
Compelling Courtroom Advocacy

Evidence 101 - A Primer on Evidence Law
Nancy Shapiro, Partner, Koskie Minsky LLP
David Silver, Associate, Koskie Minsky LLP

Small Claims Court Advocacy - The Essentials for the Employment Law Litigator
Erin Epp, Koskie Minsky LLP
Nancy Shapiro, Partner, Koskie Minsky LLP
David Silver, Associate, Koskie Minsky LLP

Summary Judgement - A Valuable Procedure Tool to Consider
Erin Epp, Koskie Minsky LLP
Nancy Shapiro, Partner, Koskie Minsky LLP
David Silver, Associate, Koskie Minsky LLP

Successfully Advocating before the Human Rights Tribunal, Labour Board and Labour Arbitrators

Advocacy Tips
David Yazbeck, Partner, Raven Law LLP

Advocacy Update/Tips from a Mediator
Elizabeth "Joy" Noonan, Mediator and Principle, APTUS Conflict Solutions

Successfully Advocating before the Human Rights Tribunal, Labour Board and Labour Arbitrators
Mark Hart, Vice-Chair, Human Rights Tribunal of Ontario

Tip Sheet - Successful Advocacy before Boards and Tribunals
Gita Anand, Vice-Chair, Ontario Labour Relations Board

Session 2: Advocacy Skills Workshop
Advocacy Practicum

Fact Scenario

 

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