Webinar - Workplace Issues during COVID-19

  • May 12, 2020
  • 4:30 PM - 5:30 PM
  • Online (link will be send after registration)
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Registration

  • *Every Member can "bring" one guest per year
  • *registration code required

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Even though all our in-person events are cancelled until further notice, we want to stay connected with our members. Therefore, we would like to invite you for an interactive webinar about workplace issues for both employers and employees during COVID-19 on Tuesday May 12, 2020 from 4:30-5:30 PM EST.

During this interactive webinar Lisa Stam and Danielle Murray from Spring Law will go into the legal rights for layoffs, recalls and terminations from both the employer and employee sideand give a quick update on government income relief options. Next to that, they will exchange best practices and strategies to pivot your workforce as an employer or career as an employee during and post COVID-19.

Please register on this page. After registering you will receive a confirmation with more information on how to submit your questions for Lisa and Danielle beforehand. A link to the webinar invite will be send closer to the event.

The webinar is free and for our members only. Did you know that all members can “bring” one guest once a year though?

We hope to see you all virtually on the 12th of May!

SpringLaw is a Canadian virtual law firm advising on workplace legal issues for employers, employees and freelancers and one of our most loyal sponsors.

Lisa Stam practices all aspects of employment, labour and human rights law, and has a particular interest in legal issues involving technology in the workplace and the various methods by which people continue to mess things up with technology.





Danielle Murray is an employment lawyer and litigator at SpringLaw. Prior to joining SpringLaw, Danielle was a lawyer at a prominent criminal defense firm in Toronto where she represented clients and assisted in hearings in all levels of Courts in Ontario and in administrative tribunals.


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