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"Legal, moral questions raised by Ghomeshi firing", Barry Goldman discusses the situation on advocatedaily.com

When it comes to employees’ private lives and their jobs, grey areas exist in determining how one may impact the other, and in the case of fired Canadian Broadcasting Corporation radio host Jian Ghomeshi, the complexity is increased due to his position as a public figure, says one of Shibley Righton's employment law experts Barry GoldmanYou can see the full article here.

When it comes to employees’ private lives and their jobs, grey areas exist in determining how one may impact the other, and in the case of fired Canadian Broadcasting Corporation radio host Jian Ghomeshi, the complexity is increased due to his position as a public figure, says Toronto employment lawyer Barry Goldman. - See more at: http://advocatedaily.com/2014/10/legal-moral-questions-raised-by-ghomeshi-firing/#sthash.NMmEWtXa.dpuf
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Sheila MacKinnon's contribution to the article "Ontario, Catholic Trustees at odds over parent’s ban" recently appeared on AdvocateDaily.com and on theglobeandmail.com

Principals of a school have a duty to ensure the safety of students and others while on school premises, says Shibley Righton's Education law expert Sheila MacKinnon.  See more on AdvocateDaily.com and read the full Article on theglobeandmail.com

Principals of a school have a duty to ensure the safety of students and others while on school premises, says education lawyer Sheila MacKinnonQuestions raised over trustees’ scope of powerQuestions raised over trustees’ scope of power, Principals of a school have a duty to ensure the safety of students and others while on school premises, says education lawyer Sheila MacKinnon.  See more on Advocatedaily.com and The Globe and Mail.
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Shibley Righton's Sheila MacKinnon and Paul Howard to present at the 9th Annual Advanced Issues in Special Education Law conference in Toronto

The Osgoode Professional Development Centre is hosting its 9th Annual Advanced Issues in Special Education Law conference in Toronto on October 20, 2014. Sheila MacKinnon, Partner with the Firm, is speaking on two panel discussions at the conference, including “Managing Injurious Behaviour.” Paul Howard, Managing Partner of the Firm’s Windsor office, has spoken at the conference every year and will be speaking on “Understanding Human Rights Applications and Special Education Tribunal Appeals.” For more information about the conference, click here.

 

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