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CACE Human Rights Webinar - The Art of the Release - Tips for Drafting Human Rights Releases

Feb 28, 2019 - Feb 28, 2019

CACE Human Rights Webinar
The Art of the Release - Tips for Drafting Human Rights Releases 

Date: February 28, 2019
Time: 12:00 pm to 1:15 pm EDT
Cost: Complimentary to all current CACE Members 
(Firms will be limited to one or two computer links per firm as we are limited to 100 links)

Presented by, Erin Porter, Fasken Martineau LLP, and Timothy Mitchell, McLennan Ross LLP and Rhonda Grintuch, Fasken Martineau LLP.

Most terminations never result in a civil claim or human rights application because employers will typically ask a terminated employee to sign a release as a condition of receiving a severance package. Even if a claim is filed, the majority of cases settle long before opening statements are ever uttered. For these reasons, the art of skillfully crafting a release is an essential skill all labour and employment lawyers should have in their arsenal. A carefully worded release will not only prevent future litigation but it can also ensure confidentiality and impose consequences on disgruntled employees who take to social media to disparage their former employers.

This webinar will be a high level discussion on how various human rights tribunals and courts have examined releases. The webinar will discuss recent case law in an interesting and engaging way, and provide practical advice in this area. The issues that will be discussed include:

• The release as a bar to a claim;

• Enforceability of confidentiality and non-disparagement clauses;

• Enforceability of releases signed by Unions on behalf of employees;

• Threshold for duress; and

• The impact of #MeToo

To register, please click on the registration link below or copy and paste it into your browser
https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/2561485356542485507.


Please note that we will be applying to the various Law Societies for accreditation and will keep participants posted.

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L’Association canadienne des avocats d’employeurs (ACAE) est une association d’avocats pratiquant exclusivement dans le domaine spécialisé du droit du travail et de l’emploi pour le compte d’employeurs, partout au Canada. L’ACAE a pour mission de faire la promotion de l’excellence dans le domaine spécialisé du droit du travail et de l’emploi, en plus d’entreprendre des activités de réforme législative et du droit dans ce domaine, tant au niveau provincial que fédéral. Créé en 2004 par un comité fondateur formé de juristes canadiens pratiquant en droit du travail, l’ACAE compte maintenant plus de 1250 membres, soit des avocats de premier plan dans le domaine du droit du travail et de l’emploi, des conseillers juridiques d’entreprise et des membres affiliés situés aux États-Unis.

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