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Cannabis in the Workplace

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CSAE Atlantic is pleased to offer the following lunch and learn session:


Cannabis in the Workplace - presented by Brad Proctor, Regional Lead Partner - Halifax, McInnes Cooper.

 

The session will take place on:

Tuesday, May 8, 2018

11:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m.

Brad's presentation will focus on key issues employers need to be aware of as well as strategies to help employers be well prepared when cannabis becomes officially legal across Canada by as early as August 2018.

For an article written by Brad on helping employers prepare for cannabis legalization, click here.

 

Brad Proctor Bio

Brad Proctor is the Regional Lead Partner - Halifax for McInnes Cooper.

Brad practices management labour and employment law with an emphasis on the following core areas: Occupational Health and Safety; Workers’ Compensation; Human Rights and Workplace Accommodations; Labour Relations and Collective Bargaining; Wrongful Dismissal and other Employment-related claims; and Workplace Privacy Issues.

Brad advises clients to take a proactive approach to management labour and employment relations through the formulation and implementation of employment contracts, workplace policies as well as the creation of training programs for managers and supervisors with respect to performance management, workplace accommodations, harassment prevention and health and safety.

Brad appears regularly before labour arbitrators, human rights tribunals, Labour Boards, Workers’ Compensation Tribunals as well as various levels of court throughout the Atlantic Canadian provinces.

Brad’s dedication to his clients and his practice has earned a number of accomplishments. In 2015, he was named one of Lexpert® Rising Stars: Leading Lawyers under 40. Having gained a national reputation for his experience in occupational health and safety and workers’ compensation counsel, Brad has also been listed in the Best Lawyers® in Canada directory since 2016. Brad also actively volunteers for various community groups and is currently a Director of Safety Services Nova Scotia.

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