The British Columbia Chapter of the International Society of Certified Employee Benefit Specialists is pleased to present an in-person education session. All are invited to attend.
Please join us to hear some practical legal perspectives on this from HR lawyers:
Ryan Anderson, Mathews, Dinsdale & Clark LLP
A partner at our Vancouver office, Ryan has worked in the human resources field for over two decades and advises employers in all areas of workplace law. Ryan represents provincially and federally regulated employers concerning both labour relations and employment matters, including those concerning human rights issues, employment standards and employment contracts, termination of employment, workers’ compensation, occupational health and safety, union organizing, collective agreements, grievances and arbitration, progressive discipline and investigations into employee misconduct.
Ryan regularly assists employers and human resources professionals with the day-to-day challenges of managing employees, with the aim of minimizing liabilities and maintaining positive employee relations. Ryan also prepares all of the necessary employment-related documents and contracts, and regularly represents employers in collective bargaining negotiations. As an advocate, Ryan represents employers in a wide variety of forums, including administrative tribunals and labour arbitrations. In addition, Ryan provides practical training in all manner of human resource management topics.
Currently, Ryan is an Instructor at Simon Fraser University, teaching a labour and employment relations course to human resources professionals participating in the Certificate in Human Resources Management Program. Previously, Ryan was an Instructor at Capilano University, where he taught a similar course to business students for over ten years.
Cameron Wardell, Mathews, Dinsdale & Clark LLP
Working out of the Vancouver office of Mathews, Dinsdale & Clark LLP, Cam provides representation in a wide range of employment-related disputes and litigation including wrongful dismissals, restrictive covenant disputes and the pursuit and defence of injunctive relief. Cam has appeared before all levels of court in British Columbia, as well as various administrative tribunals and the Federal Court. Cam crafts effective strategies to resolve disputes efficiently, while always remaining prepared to adeptly present his client’s case when matters require adjudication.
While focusing on litigation, Cam has assisted employers with a wide range of other matters, including the preparation of employment contracts and employment policies, collective bargaining and dispute resolution before labour, employment, human rights and other administrative tribunals.
Cam is one of the editors of CanLII’s new BC Litigation Practice Manual. Cam is also the past Chair of the Canadian Bar Association BC Branch Civil Litigation (Vancouver) Section, as well as the Employment Law Section. Cam is also a member of the Canadian Association of Counsel to Employers and frequently presents on topics related to the law of the workplace.
Cam’s legal education included a co-op term working in labour law, as well as a term studying at St. Peter’s College in Oxford. After law school, Cam was a judicial law clerk at the Supreme Court of British Columbia in Vancouver.
Tuesday, April 25, 2023
8:15 Networking and continental breakfast
8:30 Presentation (1 Hour)
HUB International Limited
505 Burrard Street, Suite 1900 (19th Floor)
Vancouver, BC V7X 1M6
Jericho (M30) Boardroom
Canadian Chapter Members– FREE
(fee is non-refundable)
Please click here to register by April 21st.
This presentation qualifies for one (1) CEBS Compliance credit.
Visit www.cebs.org/compliance for more information.