Darlene Wingerak presents at CBA Labour and Employment Law Symposium

CBA LABOUR AND EMPLOYMENT LAW ONLINE SYMPOSIUM

Join Darlene Wingerak as she discusses mediation ethics at the CBA Labour and Employment Law Symposium on November 9. The session will discuss ethical issues arising in mediations for both lawyers and mediators, particularly those related to workplace disputes and the current environment. Example scenarios will be used to illustrate difficult ethical issues, and panellists will discuss their own and sometimes differing perspectives on the appropriate means of addressing those issues.

November 9 | 11:00 AM – 5:30 PM ET

ONLINE

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