Legalization of Cannabis – Employer Considerations – HR/Employment Seminar – October 30, 2019 – Michelle Cook Posted onNovember 11, 2019August 27, 2020/ Devry Smith Frank LLP At Devry Smith Frank LLP‘s Human Resource and Employment Seminar, Toronto Lawyer Michelle Cook discussed Legalization of Cannabis – Employer Considerations Michelle Cook is a graduate of Osgoode Hall Law School, the University of Toronto and La Cité. At Osgoode, Michelle finished in the top 8% of her class and obtained a specialization in labour and employment law. Michelle is one of the first students in all of Canada to have a marijuana law designation on her transcript. Her work has been published in numerous national law journals, including the Alberta Law Review. Topics covered include during the seminar includes: The 24 Month Reasonable Notice “Cap” – Dawe v. The Equitable Life Insurance Company of Canada (2019, Court of Appeal) The Impact of Technology on Privacy Issues in the Workplace Legalization of Cannabis – Employer Considerations Mediating Employment Law Disputes Arbitration Clauses in Employment Contracts – The Current Legal Landscape This is a great overview for HR Professionals and employers. Devry Smith Frank LLP has produced a series of videos to assist HR professionals and HR departments. To view other Ontario employment law videos and videos for other practice areas, please visit our media page. We have three locations to serve you: Toronto, Barrie & Whitby For further information, kindly contact one of our lawyers directly.