Annual Update on Workplace Safety and Insurance Law 

12 mai 2021
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OBA Workers' COmpensation PROGRAM | 9:00 AM to 1:00 PM (ET)

Join us at the 2021 Annual Workplace Safety and Insurance Law conference as we tackle some of the key issues affecting workers compensation counsel. Our expert faculty will examine some of the most interesting developments in legislation and jurisprudence over the last twelve months, with a particular focus on issues arising from the pandemic. In addition, we will do an in-depth dive into the WSIB Operational Review Report highlighting employer and employee issues, followed by some of the emerging trends, recent developments and common pitfalls in managing a workplace compensation file.

Don’t miss this key opportunity to stay current in your practice.


Ken Stuebing, CaleyWray Lawyers
Peter Vlaar, CLAC


For more information, please view the full program agenda


Date: Wednesday, May 12, 2021
Time: 9:00 am - 1:00 pm Program (ET)


CBA Member: $200* | CBA Student Member: $75* | Non-Member: $302*

(includes e-materials access) *plus applicable taxes


Due to the pandemic, OBA program materials are currently available in digital format only until further notice. If you are interested in purchasing hardcopy materials, please email and the Publications Coordinator will contact you once we are able to print and ship the materials.



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