Posts by Iler Campbell

Webinar recording: Vaccines & the Workplace: Where do we go from here?

November 4th, 2021 by Iler Campbell

A recording of this webinar is now online. This was the last webinar in our ‘Back to School’ series. See the other events, and watch recordings of them here.

With the return to work, many of us have questions abut the permissibility of mandatory vaccine policies. In this session Iler Campbell lawyer, Safia Lakhani, discusses the ins and outs of vaccine policies in the workplace and review the extent to which employers can rely on provincial or federal mandates in rolling them out.

Webinar recording: Occupational Health and Safety in the time of COVID-19

October 28th, 2021 by Iler Campbell

A recording of this webinar is now online. You can also download the slides as a pdf here.

These days, the duty of an employer to provide a safe and healthy workplace is raising far more questions than ever before, such as how to deal with complaints of harassment, what steps employers have to take as workplaces begin to reopen in the pandemic, and should employers be concerned about employees who work remotely? Iler Campbell lawyer Michael Hackl discuses some of the issues that employers should be aware of in order to comply with the Occupational Health and Safety Act.

Catch up on the latest staffing changes at Iler Campbell

October 22nd, 2021 by Iler Campbell

We’ve been busy hiring and promoting our staff and are pleased to announce the following staff changes at Iler Campbell LLP.

Ken Farrell joined the firm in August to help our clients with their real estate and corporate commercial needs. Ken also has a strong interest in wills and estates – you may have seen his recent webinar.  If you missed it, you can view it on our website here. Ken has practised law in Toronto for the past few years primarily serving individuals and small business. He’s very keen to use those same skills in the non-profit, co-operative, and charitable sector.   To learn more about Ken, please read his biography here.  We’re confident you’re going to enjoy working with Ken as much as we have over the past couple of months.

Although because of the pandemic, we didn’t have an articling student in 2020, we are pleased that Maggie Fleming started her term articling at Iler Campbell also in August.  Maggie is from the GTA but spent the last three years in Victoria BC where she studied law.  She’s pleased to be back in Ontario to apply her learnings to real-life situations.  We’re happy to introduce her to you here.

Finally, Hunter Stone has been one of our administrative assistants since 2017 – some of you will have already had chances to work with him in that capacity. We’re delighted he’s accepted the position of Law Clerk with us where he will work primarily on litigation and landlord and tenant issues.  You can read more about Hunter here.

Webinar recording: Taking the Mystery out of Wills

October 13th, 2021 by Iler Campbell

A recording of this webinar is now online. If you’d like to download the presentation, you can get it here.

Get to know our newest lawyer, Ken Farrell, as he shares some useful tips on first making and then maintaining your Will.

Webinar recording: the nuts and bolts of co-op evictions with Celia Chandler

October 6th, 2021 by Iler Campbell

A recording of this webinar is now online. If you’d like to download the presentation, you can get it here.

It’s been seven years since housing co-ops evictions moved to Ontario’s Landlord and Tenant Board (LTB). Celia Chandler works with many housing co-ops on member issues and will lead you through the nuts and bolts of evictions at this one-hour session. If you need to brush up on the co-op eviction process including navigating the LTB during COVID, this workshop is for you!

We’ll be closed on Thursday for the National Day for Truth and Reconciliation

September 28th, 2021 by Iler Campbell

Iler Campbell is closing on Thursday September 30th to observe the National Day for Truth and Reconciliation. We’ll be taking the time to reflect on and acknowledge the unjust ways Indigenous peoples have been treated at the hands of settlers for many centuries and up to today.