Date June 29, 2016 Time 2:00 pm - 3:00 pm Location Webcast only , , Register SAVE Page Content For US companies operating in Canada, one of the greatest challenges is compliance with employment and labor laws. There is a stark difference between Canada and the US in the laws that govern employees' rights and labor relations. These differences may pose significant risk to US companies operating in Canada. For example: How are employee rights and employment contracts different in Canada? How is Québec law different? Is it impossible to terminate Canadian employees with or without just cause? What are the costs of termination without just cause in Canada? How does labor organize and operate? What are the common mistakes US companies make in labor relations in Canada? The purpose of this webcast is to help US-based companies in understanding how to effectively navigate Canadian labor and employment law in order to succeed and operate effectively north of the border. Join our speakers as they share examples of both successes and failures of US companies operating in Canada. Speakers: Matthew L.O. Certosimo, Partner, BLG Myriane Le François, Partner, BLG Moderator: Alison Burton, Counsel, Royal Bank of Canada, and member ACC's Employment & Labor Committee CLE/CPD is available for this session: $40 USD for members, $80 USD for non-members. The session is complimentary to view without CLE/CPD. For additional information, please contact Arianna McLaughlin at RSVPToronto@blg.com.