Atlantic Canada Construction Labour Relations

$499.00

SKU: CNP12790 Category:

Description

Report Code: CNP12790. May, 2012. Halifax

ARTICLE 1

Labour Bargaining Structures in the Construction Industry in Newfoundland
and Labrador

Dana Lenehan, Q.C.
Partner
Martin Whalen Hennebury Stamp

ARTICLE 2

Three Distinctive Aspects of Construction Industry Bargaining in Nova Scotia

Greig Macleod
General Counsel
Nova Scotia Construction Labour Relations Association

ARTICLE 3

Newfoundland and Labrador Major Projects Past, Present and Future
– Collective Bargaining and Legislative Considerations

David W. Clark
Lawyer and Industrial Relations and
Human Resource Consultant

David Wade
Executive Director
Resource Development Trades Council of
Newfoundland and Labrador

ARTICLE 4

Maintenance vs. Construction: Repair or Despair?

Rick Dunlop
Partner
Stewart McKelvey

Ronald Pizzo
Partner
Arnold Pizzo McKiggan

ARTICLE 5

Construction Looking Forward An Assessment of Construction Labour
Markets from 2012 – 2020: Atlantic Region

Rosemary Sparks
Executive Director
Construction Sector Council

ARTICLE 6

Establishing Collective Bargaining Rights

Malcolm Boyle
Partner
McInnes Cooper

Raymond A. Mitchell
Legal Counsel
International Union of Painters and Allied Trades,
District Council 39

ARTICLE 7

Preparing For The Worst: How To Respond To A High Risk Incident

James F. LeMesurier
Partner
Stewart McKelvey

ARTICLE 8

Defending/Protecting Bargaining Rights

Amy Bradbury
Associate
Ritch Durnford

ARTICLE 9

The Future of Construction Labour Relations: Emerging Trends
to Look For

Gregory Anthony
Partner
Cox & Palmer

Tony Fanelli
Vice President and Manager of Labour Relations
Bantrel Constructors

Craig Power
President
Construction Labour Relations Association of Newfoundland
and Labrador Inc.

Christina Taylor
Manager of Labour Relations and Workforce Development
Irving Oil

ARTICLE 10

The Trend Line Sez……….

Robert Blakely
Director of Canadian Affairs
Building & Construction Trades Department

ARTICLE 11

Atlantic Canada Labour Law Update: Top 5 Cases You Need To
Be Aware Of

Douglas Ruck, Q.C.
Chair
Nova Scotia Labour Board

Raymond A. Mitchell
Legal Counsel
International Union of Painters and Allied Trades,
District Council 39

Ian Pickard
Partner
McInnes Cooper

ARTICLE 12

Risk Management for Multi-Employer Plans (MEPPS)

Thomas D. Levy
Senior Vice President and Chief Actuary
The Segal Company, Ltd.

ARTICLE 13

Alcohol and Drug Testing: Where is the law taking us?

Brian Johnston, Q.C.
Partner
Stewart McKelvey

David Mombourquette
Partner
Pink Larkin

ARTICLE 14

Discipline, Discharge and Layoffs: When is a Layoff a Real Layoff?

Daniel W. Ingersoll, Q.C.
Partner
Cox & Palmer