Employee Terminations & Restructuring

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Report Code: HRP09420. September, 2009. Ottawa, ON

ARTICLE I

Alternatives to Downsizing: Restructuring and Redeploying the Workforce

Jacques A. Emond
Partner
Emond Harnden LLP

Richard Dixon
Vice-President and Human Resources Officer
NAV Canada

ARTICLE II

Constructive Dismissal Claims: Has the Standard Changed in the New Economy?

James G. Cameron
Partner
Raven, Cameron, Ballantyne & Yazbeck LLP

ARTICLE III

Containing Costs of Terminations Without Cause: Rules of Thumb for Severance/Notice in a Downturn

Stephen Bird
Partner
Bird Richard

ARTICLE IV

The Impact of Restructuring on Pension and Benefit Plans

Janet G. Downing
Lawyer/Senior Consultant
Watson Wyatt Worldwide

ARTICLE V

Legal Approaches To Time And Cost Effective Employee Discipline and Dismissal

Kelly VanBuskirk
Partner
Lawson Creamer

ARTICLE VI

Culpable Termination: In a Downturn Are Less Reasons Needed and Fewer Second Chances Granted?

Dan Palayew
Partner
Heenan Blaikie LLP

ARTICLE VII

Mass Terminations and Layoffs: Cross-Country Check-up

Paula Turtle
Canadian Counsel
United Steelworkers

ARTICLE VIII

Terminations in the Public Service

Neil McGraw
Legal Counsel
Treasury Board Portfolio Legal Services

ARTICLE IX

When to Fight and When to Settle: Terminations in the Unionized Workplace

J. Lynn Thomson
Partner
Hicks Morley Hamilton Stewart Storie LLP

Alison Dewar
Partner
Raven, Cameron, Ballantyne & Yazbeck LLP

Judith Allen
Arbitrator
AIM (Arbitration Investigation Mediation)

ARTICLE X

Human Rights in the New Economy

Peter C. Engelmann
Partner
Sack Goldblatt Mitchell LLP

ARTICLE XI

Golden Parachutes in a Downturn: Challenges When Dismissing Senior Executives

Charles E. Hurdon
Partner
Ogilvy Renault LLP

ARTICLE XII

What Your Terminated Employee Will Hear From Her/His Lawyer: Did the Employer Get It Right?

John R.S. Westdal Partner Sevigny Westdal LLP

ARTICLE XIII

Confidentiality, Non-Solicitation and Non-Competition Covenants: Locked Up or Out of Luck?

Melanie Polowin
Partner
Gowling Lafleur Henderson LLP

ARTICLE XIV

CCAA: The Ultimate Restructure

Janice B. Payne
Partner
Nelligan O’Brien Payne

ARTICLE XV

Beyond Reasonable Notice: Terminating Correctly in Light of Wallace and the New Damages Regime

Brian G. Johnston, Q.C.
Partner
Stewart McKelvey

ARTICLE XVI

Breaking Up is Hard To Do!: Taking the Fear Out of Termination Interviews Through Effective Planning and Preparation Strategies

Rob Notman
President and Chief Executive Officer
KWA Partners