Uber v. Heller: Implications of the SCC Decision [WEBCAST ONLY] 

Jul. 6, 2020
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OBA Class Actions PROGRAM | 11:30 AM to 12:30 PM (EDT)

The Supreme Court of Canada’s recent ground-breaking decision in Uber v. Heller will impact numerous areas of legal practice in Canada including contract, employment, arbitration and class actions law.

Join our panel of experts who will analyze and discuss the decision and its implications including:

  • What is the contractual doctrine of unconscionability?
  • When can a contract be held to be so unconscionable as to be invalid?
  • How does the court decide the validity of contracts, including arbitration agreements?
  • Can arbitration provide access to justice to gig-economy workers?
  • What is the correct application of the arbitral doctrine of competence-competence?
  • Did the Supreme Court of Canada resolve these issues correctly in Uber v. Heller?
     

Register now and bring yourself up to speed on a key decision from our highest court.

PROGRAM CHAIR

Mohsen Seddigh, Sotos LLP


PROGRAM SPEAKERS

Janet Walker, York University, Osgoode Hall Law School
Danielle Stampley, Wright Henry LLP
Ranjan Agarwal, Bennett Jones LLP

PROGRAM DETAILS

Date: Monday, July 6, 2020
Time: 11:30 am - 12:30 pm Webcast Program (EDT)
 

PROGRAM PRICE

CBA Member: $50* | CBA Student Member: $25* | Non-Member: $95*

*plus applicable taxes

 

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