Date of Event: Nov 1, 2011: 16:30 - 23:00

Practice Check-up - Legal Issues Affecting Veterinarians Today



Associates and Staff: Employees or Independent Contractors?

  • the legal risks of mis-characterizing your staff
  • strategies for minimizing exposure to unanticipated statutory claims and law suits

Is Your Workplace Accessible? New Legislative Requirements

  • policies and procedures which must be implemented
  • mandatory training for employees
  • employer reporting obligations

Maximizing the Value of Your Practice

  • learn how to maximize your selling price and minimize your attendant risks - and why long term planning is a must

How to make sure your clinic lease protects you and your practice - not just the landlord

  • the key clauses
  • protecting your position in court - a case study


  • new, wide-reaching college investigative powers
  • recent discipline cases
  • how to avoid CVO complaints
  • the Apology Act
  • The Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act

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