Upcoming Webinar: April 13, 2023 @ 12:30 P.M. (EDT)  |  Ethical Issues in Workplace Investigations Register Today!

In celebration of our twentieth anniversary, we have created the Rubin Thomlinson LLP Workplace Human Rights Award, in partnership with Toronto Metropolitan University’s Lincoln Alexander School of Law. Learn More

Serious insight for serious situations.

Serious insight for serious situations.


At Rubin Thomlinson we use our experience in conducting workplace investigations across Canada to deliver relevant, engaging, and impactful webinars on the latest topics, updates, trends, and a range of key issues.

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    Join Janice Rubin and Liliane Gingras as they discuss the ethical issues that workplace investigators confront in their practices. These are issues that go beyond fairness, and speak to what is ethically appropriate (or not) in a particular investigation. Janice and Liliane will consider whether there are files an investigator should turn down, whether certain process steps create unjustified harm, how to respond to attempts to undermine an investigator’s independence, and more...

    Because of language barriers, Québec’s case law often flies under the radar in the rest of Canada. For that same reason, many workplace investigators and lawyers miss out on very interesting decisions and teachings from our francophone counterparts when it comes to workplace investigations and discrimination in employment.