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Paula Krawus Presents at CLE Human Rights Conference in Vancouver (November 2019)

Paula Krawus will be part of a panel at this year’s CLEBC Human Rights Conference in Vancouver, discussing the “extraordinary” remedies available to employees through BC’s Human Rights Tribunal. Join her!

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The Story of Uber and the Arbitration Clause

By Paula Krawus. It’s no secret that that Uber is an innovator. Their simple business model – connecting drivers with riders through an online platform – has spread to every corner of the globe in just a decade. But the company’s success hasn’t come without some major problems. The latest of these is a class […]

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Paula Krawus and Heidi Eaves at CPHR Diversity + Inclusion Seminar (Nov 2018)

Join Paula and Heidi to explore how the issues we face today interact with our current legal landscape.

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Paula Krawus Offers Workshop at Jewish Family Services (Oct 2018)

Know Your Rights at Work: On Wednesday, October 24th Paula Krawus will be running a workshop at Jewish Family Services.

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Paula Krawus to Speak at Cerebral Palsy Association of British Columbia (Aug 2018)

Paula Krawus will be speaking at the Cerebral Palsy Association of British Columbia this Friday, August 24 co-presenting with Laura Track from CLASBC in the first of a 4-part series of legal workshops. 

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Eeny, Meeny, Miny, Moe: To Which Tribunal Should (May) I Go?

Just like an argument between spouses or best friends, disputes between an employee and employer can be complicated. Usually, a workplace dispute is not about just one thing.

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Recap: Employer Forum June 2018

By Paula Krawus. Earlier this week, our lawyers hosted one of Kent Employment Law’s regular Employer Forums. The early risers started off with a coffee, some muffins and friendly chit chat, and then engaged with a room full of employers on the trending topic of cannabis in the workplace. Trevor Thomas canvassed the new Cannabis […]

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