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Criminal Considerations for Workplace Investigations

  • Webinar
  • SEQ-12

Course details

COURSE FEE
Complimentary

DURATION
This is a 60 minute webinar, running from 12:30pm to 1:30pm (EDT)

PREREQUISITES 
None.

FORMAT 
Live, online

About this course

Parallel workplace and criminal investigations can lead to some of the thorniest issues workplace investigators have to grapple with. Does a police investigation mean that a workplace investigation has to wait? What happens when a respondent does not cooperate with a workplace investigation for fear of incriminating himself in a criminal case? Can you see a party's statement to police? In this session, we will dive into these questions, provide an overview of important criminal law concepts and examine how workplace investigations, including university sexual violence investigations, can be affected by criminal cases. Participants will leave with the knowledge they need to navigate criminal law issues that arise in workplace investigations.

What you will learn:

  • The criminal law concepts that are relevant to workplace investigations
  • What to do when a police investigation puts a workplace investigation on hold
  • How to handle a respondent who exercises 'the right to remain silent'
  • Specific considerations for university investigators when sexual violence investigations and police investigations intersect
  • Parallel standards of proof

Our webinars are limited to 500 participants, sign up now to secure your place!

About our guest speaker

Jonathan Shime is a partner at Cooper, Sandler, Shime & Bergman LLP. He has appeared at all levels of court in Canada, including the Supreme Court of Canada. He represents clients on a wide variety of criminal and quasi-criminal charges, including homicides, frauds, drinking and driving offences, sexual assaults, domestic assaults and offences under the Controlled Drugs and Substances Act. Jonathan also assists individuals and corporations charged under regulatory statutes, including the Income Tax Act and the Occupational Health and Safety Act.

Jonathan has chaired or been a panelist at multiple conferences on a wide variety of criminal law related topics, including the law of fraud, the Youth Criminal Justice Act, drinking and driving offences, conditional sentences and the relationship between scientific evidence and the judicial system in the context of prosecutions related to the non-disclosure of one’s HIV status. Jonathan has also been invited to speak at Crown conferences on expert evidence, the law of sexual assault and civility. He is also a guest instructor at the Toronto Police College in relation to the investigation and prosecution of the non-disclosure of HIV.

Learn More Here

Accreditation

   

How to Register

To register for our Criminal considerations for workplace investigations webinar please select your region from the dropdown list below.

If you have any questions please email us here: training@rubinthomlinson.com

Course details

COURSE FEE
Complimentary

DURATION
This is a 60 minute webinar, running from 12:30pm to 1:30pm (EDT)

PREREQUISITES 
None.

FORMAT 
Live, online

About this course

Parallel workplace and criminal investigations can lead to some of the thorniest issues workplace investigators have to grapple with. Does a police investigation mean that a workplace investigation has to wait? What happens when a respondent does not cooperate with a workplace investigation for fear of incriminating himself in a criminal case? Can you see a party's statement to police? In this session, we will dive into these questions, provide an overview of important criminal law concepts and examine how workplace investigations, including university sexual violence investigations, can be affected by criminal cases. Participants will leave with the knowledge they need to navigate criminal law issues that arise in workplace investigations.

What you will learn:

  • The criminal law concepts that are relevant to workplace investigations
  • What to do when a police investigation puts a workplace investigation on hold
  • How to handle a respondent who exercises 'the right to remain silent'
  • Specific considerations for university investigators when sexual violence investigations and police investigations intersect
  • Parallel standards of proof

Our webinars are limited to 500 participants, sign up now to secure your place!

About our guest speaker

Jonathan Shime is a partner at Cooper, Sandler, Shime & Bergman LLP. He has appeared at all levels of court in Canada, including the Supreme Court of Canada. He represents clients on a wide variety of criminal and quasi-criminal charges, including homicides, frauds, drinking and driving offences, sexual assaults, domestic assaults and offences under the Controlled Drugs and Substances Act. Jonathan also assists individuals and corporations charged under regulatory statutes, including the Income Tax Act and the Occupational Health and Safety Act.

Jonathan has chaired or been a panelist at multiple conferences on a wide variety of criminal law related topics, including the law of fraud, the Youth Criminal Justice Act, drinking and driving offences, conditional sentences and the relationship between scientific evidence and the judicial system in the context of prosecutions related to the non-disclosure of one’s HIV status. Jonathan has also been invited to speak at Crown conferences on expert evidence, the law of sexual assault and civility. He is also a guest instructor at the Toronto Police College in relation to the investigation and prosecution of the non-disclosure of HIV.

Learn More Here

Accreditation

   

How to Register

To register for our Criminal considerations for workplace investigations webinar please select your region from the dropdown list below.

If you have any questions please email us here: training@rubinthomlinson.com

Course details

COURSE FEE
Complimentary

DURATION
This is a 60 minute webinar, running from 12:30pm to 1:30pm (EDT)

PREREQUISITES 
None.

FORMAT 
Live, online

About this course

Parallel workplace and criminal investigations can lead to some of the thorniest issues workplace investigators have to grapple with. Does a police investigation mean that a workplace investigation has to wait? What happens when a respondent does not cooperate with a workplace investigation for fear of incriminating himself in a criminal case? Can you see a party's statement to police? In this session, we will dive into these questions, provide an overview of important criminal law concepts and examine how workplace investigations, including university sexual violence investigations, can be affected by criminal cases. Participants will leave with the knowledge they need to navigate criminal law issues that arise in workplace investigations.

What you will learn:

  • The criminal law concepts that are relevant to workplace investigations
  • What to do when a police investigation puts a workplace investigation on hold
  • How to handle a respondent who exercises 'the right to remain silent'
  • Specific considerations for university investigators when sexual violence investigations and police investigations intersect
  • Parallel standards of proof

Our webinars are limited to 500 participants, sign up now to secure your place!

About our guest speaker

Jonathan Shime is a partner at Cooper, Sandler, Shime & Bergman LLP. He has appeared at all levels of court in Canada, including the Supreme Court of Canada. He represents clients on a wide variety of criminal and quasi-criminal charges, including homicides, frauds, drinking and driving offences, sexual assaults, domestic assaults and offences under the Controlled Drugs and Substances Act. Jonathan also assists individuals and corporations charged under regulatory statutes, including the Income Tax Act and the Occupational Health and Safety Act.

Jonathan has chaired or been a panelist at multiple conferences on a wide variety of criminal law related topics, including the law of fraud, the Youth Criminal Justice Act, drinking and driving offences, conditional sentences and the relationship between scientific evidence and the judicial system in the context of prosecutions related to the non-disclosure of one’s HIV status. Jonathan has also been invited to speak at Crown conferences on expert evidence, the law of sexual assault and civility. He is also a guest instructor at the Toronto Police College in relation to the investigation and prosecution of the non-disclosure of HIV.

Learn More Here

Accreditation

   

How to Register

To register for our Criminal considerations for workplace investigations webinar please select your region from the dropdown list below.

If you have any questions please email us here: training@rubinthomlinson.com

Course details

COURSE FEE
Complimentary

DURATION
This is a 60 minute webinar, running from 12:30pm to 1:30pm (EDT)

PREREQUISITES 
None.

FORMAT 
Live, online

About this course

Parallel workplace and criminal investigations can lead to some of the thorniest issues workplace investigators have to grapple with. Does a police investigation mean that a workplace investigation has to wait? What happens when a respondent does not cooperate with a workplace investigation for fear of incriminating himself in a criminal case? Can you see a party's statement to police? In this session, we will dive into these questions, provide an overview of important criminal law concepts and examine how workplace investigations, including university sexual violence investigations, can be affected by criminal cases. Participants will leave with the knowledge they need to navigate criminal law issues that arise in workplace investigations.

What you will learn:

  • The criminal law concepts that are relevant to workplace investigations
  • What to do when a police investigation puts a workplace investigation on hold
  • How to handle a respondent who exercises 'the right to remain silent'
  • Specific considerations for university investigators when sexual violence investigations and police investigations intersect
  • Parallel standards of proof

Our webinars are limited to 500 participants, sign up now to secure your place!

About our guest speaker

Jonathan Shime is a partner at Cooper, Sandler, Shime & Bergman LLP. He has appeared at all levels of court in Canada, including the Supreme Court of Canada. He represents clients on a wide variety of criminal and quasi-criminal charges, including homicides, frauds, drinking and driving offences, sexual assaults, domestic assaults and offences under the Controlled Drugs and Substances Act. Jonathan also assists individuals and corporations charged under regulatory statutes, including the Income Tax Act and the Occupational Health and Safety Act.

Jonathan has chaired or been a panelist at multiple conferences on a wide variety of criminal law related topics, including the law of fraud, the Youth Criminal Justice Act, drinking and driving offences, conditional sentences and the relationship between scientific evidence and the judicial system in the context of prosecutions related to the non-disclosure of one’s HIV status. Jonathan has also been invited to speak at Crown conferences on expert evidence, the law of sexual assault and civility. He is also a guest instructor at the Toronto Police College in relation to the investigation and prosecution of the non-disclosure of HIV.

Learn More Here

Accreditation

   

How to Register

To register for our Criminal considerations for workplace investigations webinar please select your region from the dropdown list below.

If you have any questions please email us here: training@rubinthomlinson.com

Course details

COURSE FEE
Complimentary

DURATION
This is a 60 minute webinar, running from 12:30pm to 1:30pm (EDT)

PREREQUISITES 
None.

FORMAT 
Live, online

About this course

Parallel workplace and criminal investigations can lead to some of the thorniest issues workplace investigators have to grapple with. Does a police investigation mean that a workplace investigation has to wait? What happens when a respondent does not cooperate with a workplace investigation for fear of incriminating himself in a criminal case? Can you see a party's statement to police? In this session, we will dive into these questions, provide an overview of important criminal law concepts and examine how workplace investigations, including university sexual violence investigations, can be affected by criminal cases. Participants will leave with the knowledge they need to navigate criminal law issues that arise in workplace investigations.

What you will learn:

  • The criminal law concepts that are relevant to workplace investigations
  • What to do when a police investigation puts a workplace investigation on hold
  • How to handle a respondent who exercises 'the right to remain silent'
  • Specific considerations for university investigators when sexual violence investigations and police investigations intersect
  • Parallel standards of proof

Our webinars are limited to 500 participants, sign up now to secure your place!

About our guest speaker

Jonathan Shime is a partner at Cooper, Sandler, Shime & Bergman LLP. He has appeared at all levels of court in Canada, including the Supreme Court of Canada. He represents clients on a wide variety of criminal and quasi-criminal charges, including homicides, frauds, drinking and driving offences, sexual assaults, domestic assaults and offences under the Controlled Drugs and Substances Act. Jonathan also assists individuals and corporations charged under regulatory statutes, including the Income Tax Act and the Occupational Health and Safety Act.

Jonathan has chaired or been a panelist at multiple conferences on a wide variety of criminal law related topics, including the law of fraud, the Youth Criminal Justice Act, drinking and driving offences, conditional sentences and the relationship between scientific evidence and the judicial system in the context of prosecutions related to the non-disclosure of one’s HIV status. Jonathan has also been invited to speak at Crown conferences on expert evidence, the law of sexual assault and civility. He is also a guest instructor at the Toronto Police College in relation to the investigation and prosecution of the non-disclosure of HIV.

Learn More Here

Accreditation

   

How to Register

To register for our Criminal considerations for workplace investigations webinar please select your region from the dropdown list below.

If you have any questions please email us here: training@rubinthomlinson.com

Course details

COURSE FEE
Complimentary

DURATION
This is a 60 minute webinar, running from 12:30pm to 1:30pm (EDT)

PREREQUISITES 
None.

FORMAT 
Live, online

About this course

Parallel workplace and criminal investigations can lead to some of the thorniest issues workplace investigators have to grapple with. Does a police investigation mean that a workplace investigation has to wait? What happens when a respondent does not cooperate with a workplace investigation for fear of incriminating himself in a criminal case? Can you see a party's statement to police? In this session, we will dive into these questions, provide an overview of important criminal law concepts and examine how workplace investigations, including university sexual violence investigations, can be affected by criminal cases. Participants will leave with the knowledge they need to navigate criminal law issues that arise in workplace investigations.

What you will learn:

  • The criminal law concepts that are relevant to workplace investigations
  • What to do when a police investigation puts a workplace investigation on hold
  • How to handle a respondent who exercises 'the right to remain silent'
  • Specific considerations for university investigators when sexual violence investigations and police investigations intersect
  • Parallel standards of proof

Our webinars are limited to 500 participants, sign up now to secure your place!

About our guest speaker

Jonathan Shime is a partner at Cooper, Sandler, Shime & Bergman LLP. He has appeared at all levels of court in Canada, including the Supreme Court of Canada. He represents clients on a wide variety of criminal and quasi-criminal charges, including homicides, frauds, drinking and driving offences, sexual assaults, domestic assaults and offences under the Controlled Drugs and Substances Act. Jonathan also assists individuals and corporations charged under regulatory statutes, including the Income Tax Act and the Occupational Health and Safety Act.

Jonathan has chaired or been a panelist at multiple conferences on a wide variety of criminal law related topics, including the law of fraud, the Youth Criminal Justice Act, drinking and driving offences, conditional sentences and the relationship between scientific evidence and the judicial system in the context of prosecutions related to the non-disclosure of one’s HIV status. Jonathan has also been invited to speak at Crown conferences on expert evidence, the law of sexual assault and civility. He is also a guest instructor at the Toronto Police College in relation to the investigation and prosecution of the non-disclosure of HIV.

Learn More Here

Accreditation

   

How to Register

To register for our Criminal considerations for workplace investigations webinar please select your region from the dropdown list below.

If you have any questions please email us here: training@rubinthomlinson.com

Course details

COURSE FEE
Complimentary

DURATION
This is a 60 minute webinar, running from 12:30pm to 1:30pm (EDT)

PREREQUISITES 
None.

FORMAT 
Live, online

About this course

Parallel workplace and criminal investigations can lead to some of the thorniest issues workplace investigators have to grapple with. Does a police investigation mean that a workplace investigation has to wait? What happens when a respondent does not cooperate with a workplace investigation for fear of incriminating himself in a criminal case? Can you see a party's statement to police? In this session, we will dive into these questions, provide an overview of important criminal law concepts and examine how workplace investigations, including university sexual violence investigations, can be affected by criminal cases. Participants will leave with the knowledge they need to navigate criminal law issues that arise in workplace investigations.

What you will learn:

  • The criminal law concepts that are relevant to workplace investigations
  • What to do when a police investigation puts a workplace investigation on hold
  • How to handle a respondent who exercises 'the right to remain silent'
  • Specific considerations for university investigators when sexual violence investigations and police investigations intersect
  • Parallel standards of proof

Our webinars are limited to 500 participants, sign up now to secure your place!

About our guest speaker

Jonathan Shime is a partner at Cooper, Sandler, Shime & Bergman LLP. He has appeared at all levels of court in Canada, including the Supreme Court of Canada. He represents clients on a wide variety of criminal and quasi-criminal charges, including homicides, frauds, drinking and driving offences, sexual assaults, domestic assaults and offences under the Controlled Drugs and Substances Act. Jonathan also assists individuals and corporations charged under regulatory statutes, including the Income Tax Act and the Occupational Health and Safety Act.

Jonathan has chaired or been a panelist at multiple conferences on a wide variety of criminal law related topics, including the law of fraud, the Youth Criminal Justice Act, drinking and driving offences, conditional sentences and the relationship between scientific evidence and the judicial system in the context of prosecutions related to the non-disclosure of one’s HIV status. Jonathan has also been invited to speak at Crown conferences on expert evidence, the law of sexual assault and civility. He is also a guest instructor at the Toronto Police College in relation to the investigation and prosecution of the non-disclosure of HIV.

Learn More Here

Accreditation

   

How to Register

To register for our Criminal considerations for workplace investigations webinar please select your region from the dropdown list below.

If you have any questions please email us here: training@rubinthomlinson.com

Course details

COURSE FEE
Complimentary

DURATION
This is a 60 minute webinar, running from 12:30pm to 1:30pm (EDT)

PREREQUISITES 
None.

FORMAT 
Live, online

About this course

Parallel workplace and criminal investigations can lead to some of the thorniest issues workplace investigators have to grapple with. Does a police investigation mean that a workplace investigation has to wait? What happens when a respondent does not cooperate with a workplace investigation for fear of incriminating himself in a criminal case? Can you see a party's statement to police? In this session, we will dive into these questions, provide an overview of important criminal law concepts and examine how workplace investigations, including university sexual violence investigations, can be affected by criminal cases. Participants will leave with the knowledge they need to navigate criminal law issues that arise in workplace investigations.

What you will learn:

  • The criminal law concepts that are relevant to workplace investigations
  • What to do when a police investigation puts a workplace investigation on hold
  • How to handle a respondent who exercises 'the right to remain silent'
  • Specific considerations for university investigators when sexual violence investigations and police investigations intersect
  • Parallel standards of proof

Our webinars are limited to 500 participants, sign up now to secure your place!

About our guest speaker

Jonathan Shime is a partner at Cooper, Sandler, Shime & Bergman LLP. He has appeared at all levels of court in Canada, including the Supreme Court of Canada. He represents clients on a wide variety of criminal and quasi-criminal charges, including homicides, frauds, drinking and driving offences, sexual assaults, domestic assaults and offences under the Controlled Drugs and Substances Act. Jonathan also assists individuals and corporations charged under regulatory statutes, including the Income Tax Act and the Occupational Health and Safety Act.

Jonathan has chaired or been a panelist at multiple conferences on a wide variety of criminal law related topics, including the law of fraud, the Youth Criminal Justice Act, drinking and driving offences, conditional sentences and the relationship between scientific evidence and the judicial system in the context of prosecutions related to the non-disclosure of one’s HIV status. Jonathan has also been invited to speak at Crown conferences on expert evidence, the law of sexual assault and civility. He is also a guest instructor at the Toronto Police College in relation to the investigation and prosecution of the non-disclosure of HIV.

Learn More Here

Accreditation

   

How to Register

To register for our Criminal considerations for workplace investigations webinar please select your region from the dropdown list below.

If you have any questions please email us here: training@rubinthomlinson.com

Course details

COURSE FEE
Complimentary

DURATION
This is a 60 minute webinar, running from 12:30pm to 1:30pm (EDT)

PREREQUISITES 
None.

FORMAT 
Live, online

About this course

Parallel workplace and criminal investigations can lead to some of the thorniest issues workplace investigators have to grapple with. Does a police investigation mean that a workplace investigation has to wait? What happens when a respondent does not cooperate with a workplace investigation for fear of incriminating himself in a criminal case? Can you see a party's statement to police? In this session, we will dive into these questions, provide an overview of important criminal law concepts and examine how workplace investigations, including university sexual violence investigations, can be affected by criminal cases. Participants will leave with the knowledge they need to navigate criminal law issues that arise in workplace investigations.

What you will learn:

  • The criminal law concepts that are relevant to workplace investigations
  • What to do when a police investigation puts a workplace investigation on hold
  • How to handle a respondent who exercises 'the right to remain silent'
  • Specific considerations for university investigators when sexual violence investigations and police investigations intersect
  • Parallel standards of proof

Our webinars are limited to 500 participants, sign up now to secure your place!

About our guest speaker

Jonathan Shime is a partner at Cooper, Sandler, Shime & Bergman LLP. He has appeared at all levels of court in Canada, including the Supreme Court of Canada. He represents clients on a wide variety of criminal and quasi-criminal charges, including homicides, frauds, drinking and driving offences, sexual assaults, domestic assaults and offences under the Controlled Drugs and Substances Act. Jonathan also assists individuals and corporations charged under regulatory statutes, including the Income Tax Act and the Occupational Health and Safety Act.

Jonathan has chaired or been a panelist at multiple conferences on a wide variety of criminal law related topics, including the law of fraud, the Youth Criminal Justice Act, drinking and driving offences, conditional sentences and the relationship between scientific evidence and the judicial system in the context of prosecutions related to the non-disclosure of one’s HIV status. Jonathan has also been invited to speak at Crown conferences on expert evidence, the law of sexual assault and civility. He is also a guest instructor at the Toronto Police College in relation to the investigation and prosecution of the non-disclosure of HIV.

Learn More Here

Accreditation

   

How to Register

To register for our Criminal considerations for workplace investigations webinar please select your region from the dropdown list below.

If you have any questions please email us here: training@rubinthomlinson.com

Course details

COURSE FEE
Complimentary

DURATION
This is a 60 minute webinar, running from 12:30pm to 1:30pm (EDT)

PREREQUISITES 
None.

FORMAT 
Live, online

About this course

Parallel workplace and criminal investigations can lead to some of the thorniest issues workplace investigators have to grapple with. Does a police investigation mean that a workplace investigation has to wait? What happens when a respondent does not cooperate with a workplace investigation for fear of incriminating himself in a criminal case? Can you see a party's statement to police? In this session, we will dive into these questions, provide an overview of important criminal law concepts and examine how workplace investigations, including university sexual violence investigations, can be affected by criminal cases. Participants will leave with the knowledge they need to navigate criminal law issues that arise in workplace investigations.

What you will learn:

  • The criminal law concepts that are relevant to workplace investigations
  • What to do when a police investigation puts a workplace investigation on hold
  • How to handle a respondent who exercises 'the right to remain silent'
  • Specific considerations for university investigators when sexual violence investigations and police investigations intersect
  • Parallel standards of proof

Our webinars are limited to 500 participants, sign up now to secure your place!

About our guest speaker

Jonathan Shime is a partner at Cooper, Sandler, Shime & Bergman LLP. He has appeared at all levels of court in Canada, including the Supreme Court of Canada. He represents clients on a wide variety of criminal and quasi-criminal charges, including homicides, frauds, drinking and driving offences, sexual assaults, domestic assaults and offences under the Controlled Drugs and Substances Act. Jonathan also assists individuals and corporations charged under regulatory statutes, including the Income Tax Act and the Occupational Health and Safety Act.

Jonathan has chaired or been a panelist at multiple conferences on a wide variety of criminal law related topics, including the law of fraud, the Youth Criminal Justice Act, drinking and driving offences, conditional sentences and the relationship between scientific evidence and the judicial system in the context of prosecutions related to the non-disclosure of one’s HIV status. Jonathan has also been invited to speak at Crown conferences on expert evidence, the law of sexual assault and civility. He is also a guest instructor at the Toronto Police College in relation to the investigation and prosecution of the non-disclosure of HIV.

Learn More Here

Accreditation

   

How to Register

To register for our Criminal considerations for workplace investigations webinar please select your region from the dropdown list below.

If you have any questions please email us here: training@rubinthomlinson.com

Course details

COURSE FEE
Complimentary

DURATION
This is a 60 minute webinar, running from 12:30pm to 1:30pm (EDT)

PREREQUISITES 
None.

FORMAT 
Live, online

About this course

Parallel workplace and criminal investigations can lead to some of the thorniest issues workplace investigators have to grapple with. Does a police investigation mean that a workplace investigation has to wait? What happens when a respondent does not cooperate with a workplace investigation for fear of incriminating himself in a criminal case? Can you see a party's statement to police? In this session, we will dive into these questions, provide an overview of important criminal law concepts and examine how workplace investigations, including university sexual violence investigations, can be affected by criminal cases. Participants will leave with the knowledge they need to navigate criminal law issues that arise in workplace investigations.

What you will learn:

  • The criminal law concepts that are relevant to workplace investigations
  • What to do when a police investigation puts a workplace investigation on hold
  • How to handle a respondent who exercises 'the right to remain silent'
  • Specific considerations for university investigators when sexual violence investigations and police investigations intersect
  • Parallel standards of proof

Our webinars are limited to 500 participants, sign up now to secure your place!

About our guest speaker

Jonathan Shime is a partner at Cooper, Sandler, Shime & Bergman LLP. He has appeared at all levels of court in Canada, including the Supreme Court of Canada. He represents clients on a wide variety of criminal and quasi-criminal charges, including homicides, frauds, drinking and driving offences, sexual assaults, domestic assaults and offences under the Controlled Drugs and Substances Act. Jonathan also assists individuals and corporations charged under regulatory statutes, including the Income Tax Act and the Occupational Health and Safety Act.

Jonathan has chaired or been a panelist at multiple conferences on a wide variety of criminal law related topics, including the law of fraud, the Youth Criminal Justice Act, drinking and driving offences, conditional sentences and the relationship between scientific evidence and the judicial system in the context of prosecutions related to the non-disclosure of one’s HIV status. Jonathan has also been invited to speak at Crown conferences on expert evidence, the law of sexual assault and civility. He is also a guest instructor at the Toronto Police College in relation to the investigation and prosecution of the non-disclosure of HIV.

Learn More Here

Accreditation

   

How to Register

To register for our Criminal considerations for workplace investigations webinar please select your region from the dropdown list below.

If you have any questions please email us here: training@rubinthomlinson.com

Course details

COURSE FEE
Complimentary

DURATION
This is a 60 minute webinar, running from 12:30pm to 1:30pm (EDT)

PREREQUISITES 
None.

FORMAT 
Live, online

About this course

Parallel workplace and criminal investigations can lead to some of the thorniest issues workplace investigators have to grapple with. Does a police investigation mean that a workplace investigation has to wait? What happens when a respondent does not cooperate with a workplace investigation for fear of incriminating himself in a criminal case? Can you see a party's statement to police? In this session, we will dive into these questions, provide an overview of important criminal law concepts and examine how workplace investigations, including university sexual violence investigations, can be affected by criminal cases. Participants will leave with the knowledge they need to navigate criminal law issues that arise in workplace investigations.

What you will learn:

  • The criminal law concepts that are relevant to workplace investigations
  • What to do when a police investigation puts a workplace investigation on hold
  • How to handle a respondent who exercises 'the right to remain silent'
  • Specific considerations for university investigators when sexual violence investigations and police investigations intersect
  • Parallel standards of proof

Our webinars are limited to 500 participants, sign up now to secure your place!

About our guest speaker

Jonathan Shime is a partner at Cooper, Sandler, Shime & Bergman LLP. He has appeared at all levels of court in Canada, including the Supreme Court of Canada. He represents clients on a wide variety of criminal and quasi-criminal charges, including homicides, frauds, drinking and driving offences, sexual assaults, domestic assaults and offences under the Controlled Drugs and Substances Act. Jonathan also assists individuals and corporations charged under regulatory statutes, including the Income Tax Act and the Occupational Health and Safety Act.

Jonathan has chaired or been a panelist at multiple conferences on a wide variety of criminal law related topics, including the law of fraud, the Youth Criminal Justice Act, drinking and driving offences, conditional sentences and the relationship between scientific evidence and the judicial system in the context of prosecutions related to the non-disclosure of one’s HIV status. Jonathan has also been invited to speak at Crown conferences on expert evidence, the law of sexual assault and civility. He is also a guest instructor at the Toronto Police College in relation to the investigation and prosecution of the non-disclosure of HIV.

Learn More Here

Accreditation

   

How to Register

To register for our Criminal considerations for workplace investigations webinar please select your region from the dropdown list below.

If you have any questions please email us here: training@rubinthomlinson.com

Course details

COURSE FEE
Complimentary

DURATION
This is a 60 minute webinar, running from 12:30pm to 1:30pm (EDT)

PREREQUISITES 
None.

FORMAT 
Live, online

About this course

Parallel workplace and criminal investigations can lead to some of the thorniest issues workplace investigators have to grapple with. Does a police investigation mean that a workplace investigation has to wait? What happens when a respondent does not cooperate with a workplace investigation for fear of incriminating himself in a criminal case? Can you see a party's statement to police? In this session, we will dive into these questions, provide an overview of important criminal law concepts and examine how workplace investigations, including university sexual violence investigations, can be affected by criminal cases. Participants will leave with the knowledge they need to navigate criminal law issues that arise in workplace investigations.

What you will learn:

  • The criminal law concepts that are relevant to workplace investigations
  • What to do when a police investigation puts a workplace investigation on hold
  • How to handle a respondent who exercises 'the right to remain silent'
  • Specific considerations for university investigators when sexual violence investigations and police investigations intersect
  • Parallel standards of proof

Our webinars are limited to 500 participants, sign up now to secure your place!

About our guest speaker

Jonathan Shime is a partner at Cooper, Sandler, Shime & Bergman LLP. He has appeared at all levels of court in Canada, including the Supreme Court of Canada. He represents clients on a wide variety of criminal and quasi-criminal charges, including homicides, frauds, drinking and driving offences, sexual assaults, domestic assaults and offences under the Controlled Drugs and Substances Act. Jonathan also assists individuals and corporations charged under regulatory statutes, including the Income Tax Act and the Occupational Health and Safety Act.

Jonathan has chaired or been a panelist at multiple conferences on a wide variety of criminal law related topics, including the law of fraud, the Youth Criminal Justice Act, drinking and driving offences, conditional sentences and the relationship between scientific evidence and the judicial system in the context of prosecutions related to the non-disclosure of one’s HIV status. Jonathan has also been invited to speak at Crown conferences on expert evidence, the law of sexual assault and civility. He is also a guest instructor at the Toronto Police College in relation to the investigation and prosecution of the non-disclosure of HIV.

Learn More Here

Accreditation

   

How to Register

To register for our Criminal considerations for workplace investigations webinar please select your region from the dropdown list below.

If you have any questions please email us here: training@rubinthomlinson.com

Registration

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