Woman making a frame around the sun with her hands at sunrise
Woman making a frame around the sun with her hands at sunrise
Woman making a frame around the sun with her hands at sunrise

Doing business between US and Canada? What you need to know – Part One

Dec 15, 2020 COVID-19 Resource Centre

Tuesday, December 15, 2020
1:00 pm – 2:00 pm EST

This is part one of two of our featured panel discussions on Immigration and Employment considerations when doing business between US and Canada.

Immigration Panel: Crossing During COVID – US/Canada Immigration Strategies
Our cross-border panel will provide updates on common issues crossing the US/Canada border and how to navigate current Federal, provincial and state requirements.


David W. Cook
Vorys, Sater, Seymour and Pease LLP
Dave is a partner in the Vorys Columbus office and a member of the labor and employment group. His practice focuses on the representation of businesses and individuals in all areas of immigration and naturalization law.

Dave J.G. McKechnie
McMillan LLP
Dave is a partner in McMillan’s Employment and Labour Relations Group in the Toronto office. He advises employers on all aspects of the employment relationship and leads the business immigration practice.

This program is eligible for up to 1 hour Substantive CPD in Ontario, 1 hour CPD in BC and 1 Quebec CLE Hour

This program is approved for CPD hours with CPHR Alberta and HRPA Ontario. It is pending approval for CPD hours with CPHR BC

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