Tune in to 'Toronto Speaks: Legal Advice' on Nov. 19
I will be the guest on this Rogers TV show, and I will be answering questions about employment law — call during the show or send your questions in advance
Nov 13, 2012
By Stuart Rudner
If you’re an HR professional, employment lawyer, employer or employee, you can’t miss Toronto Speaks: Legal Advice on Nov. 19.
Toronto Speaks: Legal Advice is a live talk and call-in show that does more than just explain the intricacies of the law and expose how it affects everything that you do; it also gives you a voice. On Monday, Nov. 19 on Rogers TV (channel 10 in Toronto and channel 63 in Scarborough) I’ll be joining Natalka Falcomer, the show’s host, as the featured legal expert. Throughout the show I’ll be taking your calls while also explaining the legal problems that can (and often do) arise in each employment relationship.
There is no question is too small or too big for Toronto Speaks: Legal Advice. We’re covering everything from what to do if your employee shows up drunk to what to do if you’ve been fired for tweeting about your boss.
Get your burning legal questions answered, share your opinions and get your voice heard! Post your comments or questions below on this blog or www.facebook.com/TorontoSpeaks. You can also tune-in on Nov. 19 and call (416 446-7090 or email email@example.com. I encourage you to join the conversation live by tweeting your questions to www.twitter.com/TorontoSpeaks
Stuart Rudner is an HR Lawyer and a partner in the Labour & Employment Law Group of Miller Thomson LLP, a national law firm. He provides clients with strategic advice regarding all aspects of the employment relationship, and represents them before courts, mediators and tribunals. He is author of You’re Fired: Just Cause for Dismissal in Canada, published by Carswell. He can be reached at (416) 595-8672 or firstname.lastname@example.org. You can also follow him on Twitter @CanadianHRLaw and join his Canadian HR Law Group on LinkedIn.
Stuart Rudner is the founder of Rudner Law (RudnerLaw.ca
), a firm specializing in Employment Law and Mediation. He can be reached at email@example.com
, (416) 864-8500 or (905) 209-6999, and you can follow on Twitter @RudnerLaw.