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"What’s New in 2022 – Employment Law and You" Live webinar with Sultan Lawyers
Employment laws have a significant and lasting impact on both workers and organizations. From a dynamic labour market to external factors, such as COVID-19, maintaining compliance while ensuring that an organization thrives has become increasingly challenging.

Please join us on Thursday January 27, 2022, at 12:00 noon EDT/EST for “What’s New in 2022 – Employment Law and You”, a free one-hour webinar on employment law matters.

This webinar is presented by Sharaf Sultan and Lindsay Craig of Sultan Lawyers, a law firm specializing in workplace matters. The session will specifically review the latest employment law developments, particularly those that are relevant to organizations for 2022. The session will include a presentation.

Jan 27, 2022 12:00 PM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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Sharaf Sultan
Principal lawyer @Sultan Lawyers - Workplace Solutions
Sharaf Sultan, Principal of Sultan Lawyers, practices in both employment and workplace immigration law. Sharaf has a depth of experience in all aspects of employment law including wrongful dismissal, human rights, and employer compliance matters. Sharaf advises both large and mid-sized employers on a wide range of workplace employment matters, including hiring and termination, performance management, workplace employment policies, and employment contracts. Sharaf also regularly manages employment litigation and human rights applications. Sharaf further advises employers on a wide range of immigration matters for companies involved in the relocation or hiring of foreigners into the Canadian labour market.
Lindsay Craig
Associate @Sultan Lawyers - Workplace Solutions
Lindsay Craig is an associate at Sultan Lawyers. Lindsay completed her Juris Doctor at University of Windsor Law school. Throughout law school she cultivated a passion in global employment matters by completing an internship at the International Labour Organization in Geneva, Switzerland. Prior to attending law school, Lindsay obtained an Honours Bachelor of Arts Degree in Labour Studies from McMaster University. During this time, she conducted labour market research for a Federal automotive research partnership. Before joining Sultan Lawyers, Lindsay articled at a full-service firm in downtown Toronto where she gained a breadth of experience in employment, workplace health and safety, and human rights law.