Chiedza Museredza is developing a growing employment and labour relations practice that is equal parts advice-based work and litigation. She advises employers on all aspects labour and employment law, including in the context of complex corporate transactions, and in the development and implementation of workplace policies. Chiedza represents the interests of her clients in wrongful and constructive dismissal claims and restrictive covenants, employment standards disputes, grievance arbitrations and other labour disputes, and human rights complaints.
With an additional focus on privacy and cybersecurity law, Chiedza advises clients on legal requirements related to data security, privacy compliance programs, privacy and social media policies, consent forms, data breaches and complaints made to privacy regulators. She provides expert counsel on regulatory compliance with provincial and federal statutory law.
Prior to joining McMillan as an articling student in 2018, Chiedza was a contracts specialist at one of Canada’s leading banks.
This annual workshop addresses significant legal developments and provides practical advice on responding to employee issues.
Office of the Privacy Commissioner of Canada ("OPC") released a number of new resources to assist organizations with their breach assessment, reporting and recording obligations.
The Ontario Superior Court refused to enforce a termination provision, similar to those commonly found in stock award agreements
On July 24, 2020 the Reopening Ontario Act 2020, known colloquially as Bill 195, came into effect, bringing an end to the provincial state of emergency
Compliance deadlines for two significant requirements under the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act (AODA) are just three months away.
The Ontario government has updated its regulations under the Employment Standards Act, 2000 to extend the province's "COVID-19" period to January 2, 2021
The Ontario government launched public consultations to guide their modernization of private-sector privacy laws within the province.
The Ontario Court of Appeal releases a ground breaking decision with respect to enforceability of termination provisions in employment agreements.
Provinces across Canada are starting to lift COVID-19 restrictions and resume some economic and other activities.
Ontario introduces creative measures (O. Reg. 228/20) to the Covid-related temporary lay off dilemma.
It goes without saying that organizations’ use of videoconferencing is at an all-time high as many businesses have converted to remote work.
Help for businesses to identify issues & suggest risk mitigation steps regarding the COVID-19 outbreak & the potential for economic & operational disruption
A recent decision from Ontario's Court of Appeal is an important reminder that contractors may be entitled to reasonable notice upon termination without cause.
Focusing our discussion on significant advancements, findings and key takeaways, we will present a “Year in Review” session that will cover many of the notable developments that occurred in 2019.
A number of recent developments suggest that momentum for significant reform to Canadian privacy and data protection laws is building.
On November 14, 2019, IIROC amended its Dealer Member Rules to require mandatory reporting by dealer members that suffer a cybersecurity incident or breach.
November 1st, 2018 marked a year since reporting data breaches became mandatory under the Personal Information Protection and Electronic Documents Act ("PIPEDA")
Join us as we discuss significant legal developments and provide practical advice on critical issues facing employers in Canada.
Ontario's Superior Court of Justice has issued a stark reminder of the perils of fixed-term employment contracts.
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