Sezen Izer is an Associate with the Litigation & Dispute Resolution practice at McMillan. She previously completed her articling term at the firm.

During her legal studies, Sezen was a dedicated volunteer with the Queen’s Legal Aid Clinic, providing support to clients on a range of legal matters. She further developed her range of diverse legal experience through her work as a research assistant in matters of constitutional law.

Sezen holds a JD from Queen’s University Faculty Of Law. She earned her Bachelor of Arts with Honours from Western University.


Education & Admissions

Called to the Ontario Bar
JDQueen’s University
BA, Honours Specialization in Psychology Western University

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Ontario Arbitrators Continue to Uphold Terminations of Employees who Breach COVID-19 Safety Protocols

A recent decision by an Ontario arbitrator further affirmed the notion that dishonesty during COVID screening protocols by an employee can lead to termination.

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Jan 12, 2022
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Transport Canada Releases Updated Guidelines for Testing Automated Driving Systems

Transport Canada released the Guidelines for Testing Automated Driving Systems in Canada Version 2.0 to replace its previous 2018 guidelines.

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Dec 21, 2021
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Protection of Virtual Goods Through Tokenized Technology

Real world brands are increasingly looking to NFTs and virtual online presences as the next frontier to market their products.

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Nov 17, 2021
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Mandatory Vaccination Policy: “Reasonable, Enforceable”

A labour arbitrator upheld an employer’s mandatory vaccination policy, finding the policy to be reasonable and enforceable.

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Nov 11, 2021
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A Tale of [NORSTEEL in] Two Cities

The recent decision in Norsteel Building Systems Ltd. v. Toti Holdings Inc. highlights the importance of trademark clearance searching for businesses.

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Nov 10, 2021
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NFTs and Canadian Copyright Law

This bulletin discusses the copyright considerations regarding non-fungible tokens (NFTs) under Canadian copyright law.

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Aug 31, 2021