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Acted for a healthcare service provider at arbitration, resulting in dismissal of an collective agreement interpretation grievance - Counsel Gradin Tyler
Charges under Ontario Occupational Health & Safety Act. Complex case involving collapse of a utility vault and vault cover on a public way, workers on a mobile elevated work platform, question arose regarding of the application of the Ontario OHSA and construction regulations, load and loadbearing capacity. Fatal injury to one worker and serious injuries to second worker. All charges dismissed on a motion for directed verdict by the defence. -- Counsel at Trial: Cheryl Edwards - Research and Assistance at Trial: Matt Craig
Represented a large equipment rental company in relation to a human rights complaint, obtaining a decision dismissing the complaint without a hearing - Counsel Gradin Tyler
Presenter, “OHS Due Diligence: The Essentials of Taking Reasonable Care as a Supervisor or Manager”, Bongarde Media, Webinar
At the annual Infonex Professional Regulation & Discipline Conference held in Vancouver, Paul McLean spoke on emerging workplace law trends for professional regulators and professional licensing bodies.
Panellist, “Protect the Business of Your Clients by Managing the Business of Regulators”, Canadian Association of Counsel to Employers Annual Conference, Calgary, Alberta
Successfully defended a union certification application on the basis the matter had become moot following the loss of a contract - Counsel Gradin Tyler
Successfully defended energy service provider in charges under the Technical Standards and Safety Act.
Successfully defended supervisor in prosecution under the Occupational Health and Safety Act. Crown was convinced during meeting that there was no reasonable prospect of conviction.
Acted for a food production company at arbitration relating to collective agreement interpretation, with the grievance ultimately being dismissed - Counsel Gradin Tyler