Breakfast With Appeal: The law of working (while working from home)

Torys webinar


July 28, 2020 08:30 - 09:45 EDT

Breakfast With Appeal: The law of working (while working from home) by the Torys Appellate Group

When it feels like 40 degrees with the humidex, the breakfast may be the iciest iced latte you can make without leaving the house, but the appeal remains the same: a candid conversation on interesting developments coming out of the appellate courts.

And this time we’re adding a sweetener for your DIY coffee: Lisa Talbot, leader of Torys’ employment litigation practice, who recently appeared in the Supreme Court of Canada in the Uber case, will be joining our panel. Join us at our July “working from home” session as Lisa and the BWA team discuss:

  • Uber and unconscionability: can you still enforce a standard form contract?
  • Employment law: latest developments in enforcing termination clauses
  • It’s Criminal! The decision in the Genetic Non-discrimination Act Reference and Parliament’s power to regulate … everything?

8:30 a.m. Webinar opens
8:45 a.m. panel starts gabbing

Speakers: Andrew Bernstein, David Outerbridge, Jeremy Opolsky, Yael Bienenstock, and Lisa Talbot.

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Ontario: This program is eligible for 1.0 Substantive hour.

About Torys’ Appellate Group

Torys has a deep expertise in appeals at the Supreme Court of Canada and at Courts of Appeal across the country, offering its clients unparalleled judgment and experience in appellate matters. Since 1978, Torys has appeared in more than 100 cases at the Supreme Court of Canada, including major precedent setting decisions in numerous areas of law.

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