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An Evening with Professor Paul Secunda: The Amazing Story of How a Wisconsin Attack on Labour Relations Led to a Governor’s Recall

An Evening with Professor Paul Secunda:  The Amazing Story of How a Wisconsin Attack on Labour Relations Led to a Governor’s Recall

There’s a very interesting talk taking place on Monday April 16th at 6 p.m. at Ryerson. Mark it down. It’s free. Professor Paul Secunda from Marquette Law School in Milwaukee…

My Chapter in New Book: Business Ethics: Concepts, Cases, & Canadian Perspectives

My Chapter in New Book:  Business Ethics: Concepts, Cases, & Canadian Perspectives

I submitted a chapter to a new textbook on Business Ethics edited by Peter Kissick from Queens School of Business called Business Ethics: Concepts, Cases, and Canadian Perspectives. Here is…

Should the Agricultural Employees Protection Act Be Extended to All Canadian Employees?

Should the Agricultural Employees Protection Act Be Extended to All Canadian Employees?

I attended a great conference this weekend at Osgoode Hall Law School with some of the leading labour lawyers and academics from Canada, the U.S., and Britain.  The conference was…

Brian Langille on the Distinction Between Rights and Freedoms

Brian Langille on the Distinction Between Rights and Freedoms

In an entry earlier this week, I posted a new article by Professors Ewing and Bogg discussing “freedom of association” and expressing concern about the direction of the Canadian Supreme…

Bogg & Ewing on the Fraser Decision and Canada’s Peculiar Take on Freedom of Association

Bogg & Ewing on the Fraser Decision and Canada’s Peculiar Take on Freedom of Association

I’m back from a week of travels, and have a backlog of interesting issues and cases to deal with on the blog this week. I begin with a fascinating new…

Interesting Talk at York on Sustainability Work Organizations: Thursday, Feb. 16

Interesting Talk at York on Sustainability Work Organizations:  Thursday, Feb. 16

They’ll be an interesting talk this Thursday at York through the Institute for Research and Innovation in Sustainability (IRIS) by Professor Mari Kira of Aalto University in Finland.  Here is…

Top 10 Most Downloaded Workplace Law Articles by Canadians

Top 10 Most Downloaded Workplace Law Articles by Canadians

We’re back and ready for a new year of workplace law blogging.  I’m teaching four courses this fall–two undergrad, one masters’ level, and one Ph.D–covering the full range of employment…

Some Great New Workplace Law Resources

Some Great New Workplace Law Resources

I’m always trying to pass along new resources for workplace law and scholarship. There’s a great new book on labour law that includes chapters by some of the fields’ biggest…

Harry Arthurs’ Key Note Speech to Case Western: The Mysterious Disappearance of Labor … and of Labor Law?

Harry Arthurs’ Key Note Speech to Case Western:  The Mysterious Disappearance of Labor … and of  Labor Law?

I was just telling my undergrad students the other day that one of worlds’ leading industrial “pluralists” is our own Harry Arthurs here at York University, whose name graces a…

Conference on Multinationals and Socially Responsible Supply Chains

Conference on Multinationals and Socially Responsible Supply Chains

The people at CRIMT, the SSHRC funded Interuniversity Research Centre on Globalization and Work (CRIMT), are hosting yet another great conference. This one will be held June 6-8 at HEC Montreal.…

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