5th Annual Western Canada Labour Relations

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Report Code: HRP10461. January, 2010. Vancouver, BC

ARTICLE I

Lessons Learned at the Labour Relations Board

Lisa J. Southern
Associate
Roper Greyell LLP

ARTICLE II

Labour Relations Issues in Bankruptcies and Insolvencies

Donald W. Bobert
Partner
Rogers, Bobert & Burton

Clayton A. Jones
Partner
Fasken Martineau DuMoulin LLP

ARTICLE III

Labour and Employment Issues in CCAA Proceedings

Janice B. Payne
Partner
Nelligan O’Brien Payne LLP

ARTICLE IV

Free Expression and Labour Relations: Evolving Trends

Keith J. Murray
Partner
Harris & Company LLP

ARTICLE V

Political Protest Strikes and Political Advertising: Recent Charter Decisions of the Supreme Court of Canada

John Rogers, Q.C.
Partner
Victory Square Law Office LLP

ARTICLE VI

Challenging the Lawfulness of Policies of the WCB’s Board of Directors

Monique Pongracic-Speier
Partner
Schroeder Speier

ARTICLE VII

Recent Developments In Workers’ Compensation

Walter Pylypchuk
Legal Counsel
Workers’ Compensation Appeal Tribunal

ARTICLE VIII

Current Issues In Workers’ Compensation

Norman Trerise
Partner
Fasken Martineau DuMoulin LLP

ARTICLE IX

Damages After Honda v. Keays

Robin N. McFee, Q.C.
Partner
Sugden, McFee & Roos LLP

ARTICLE X

Keays V. Honda: Too Soon For A Funeral For Wallace

M.J. (Peggy) O’Brien
Partner
Lawson Lundell LLP

ARTICLE XI

Workforce Restructuring and Reductions – Implications?

Brian J. Kenny, Q.C.
Partner
MacPherson Leslie & Tyerman LLP

ARTICLE XII

The Great Alberta Experiment: Insights into the Alberta Restructuring Experience

David Harrigan
Director of Labour Relations
United Nurses of Alberta

ARTICLE XIII

Hot Topics in Pension and Benefits Law

Donald Figol
Principal
Mercer

ARTICLE XIV

Preparation Pointers for Negotiating in a New Economy

Mark Brown
Associate Chair – Mediation & Registrar
British Columbia Labour Relations Board

ARTICLE XV

Preparation Pointers for Negotiating Agreements in a New Economy

Eric J. Harris, Q.C.
Partner
Harris & Company

ARTICLE XVI

Bargaining Priorities

David Vipond
Director, Negotiations and Human Resources
B.C. Government and Service Employees’ Union (BCGEU)

ARTICLE XVII

Blog, Twitter and Facebook – New Minefields to Navigate

John L. McConchie
Labour Lawyer/Mediator/Arbitrator
McConchie & Company

Ron Usher
Partner
Bell Alliance, Lawyers & Notaries Public

ARTICLE XVIII

Privacy Rights — What is a Reasonable Balance?
Top Tips for Employers and Unions

Ingrid M. Otto
Lawyer
Davis LLP

Morgan Rea
Partner
Hastings Labour Law Office

ARTICLE XIX

Ethical Issues in Labour Arbitration

Alan J. Hamilton, Q.C.
Partner
Farris, Vaughan, Wills & Murphy LLP

ARTICLE XX

Mediation: Separate Caucuses: Confidentiality Parties Legal and Ethical Framework

Stan Lanyon, Q.C.
Arbitrator/Mediator

ARTICLE XXI

Non-Lawyer Advocates in the Labour Arbitration Arena

Neil Bradbury
National Representative, Special Projects
CUPE

ARTICLE XXII

Difficult Conversations — Identifying, Accommodating, and Successfully Reintegrating Employees with Mental Illness

Thomas F. Beasley
Senior Associate Counsel
Coutts Pulver LLP

ARTICLE XXIII

A Union’s Duty to Represent the Mentally Ill Grievor: the Interface Between the Duty to Accommodate and the Duty of Fair Representation

Carol Reardon
Legal Counsel
CUPE

ARTICLE XXIV

Smart Grievance Management — From Investigation to Arbitration

Judith Macfarlane
Partner
Bull, Housser & Tupper LLP

Jeanne Meyers
M. Jeanne Meyers Law