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In-House Counsel Spotlight: Wasiu Omotoso


Wasiu Omotoso

Wasiu is currently Legal Counsel in the Toronto office of Multiplex Construction Canada Limited. With about a decade of experience in project development, Wasiu has wide-ranging experience across various forms of project development and procurement, including traditional bid-build, construction management, integrated project delivery, and different types of P3 / alternative financing and procurement.

Prior to joining Multiplex, Wasiu was counsel in the Toronto office of The Walsh Group, where he provided legal and strategic counsel for effective and successful delivery of landmark projects in the province of Ontario.

Wasiu summered and articled in the Calgary office of Osler, Hoskin & Harcourt LLP. He is qualified at the Bars of Ontario, Alberta and Nigeria. He holds a Master of Laws (LLM) degree from the University of Manitoba.

Wasiu was recently appointed as a part-time faculty member of Angelo DelZotto School of Construction Management at George Brown College, where he will be teaching construction law.

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Practical Tools


Corporate Brief

COVID-19: POTENTIAL LIABILITY OF DIRECTORS AND OFFICERS OF INSOLVENT COMPANIES:

The COVID-19 pandemic raises unique challenges not only for companies generally, but for their directors and officers personally. Corporate insolvency may be a looming and unexpected threat… and increased costs (such as those driven by transitioning to a remote work force, keeping employees safe and workplaces operational, and downsizing).

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Post-COVID-19 Return to Work Checklist

The re-opening of businesses in Canada during the COVID-19 pandemic raises numerous concerns and questions for employers with respect to how to manage the workplace as well as their obligations towards employees. This checklist can be used as a guide for employers as they re-open their business and try to meet the various new challenges, including a return to work plan; communications with employees; reviewing workplace review polices; meeting health and safety obligations; assessing the physical workplace to see what types of measures need to be implemented to meet health and safety obligations; sanitation measures; social and physical distancing measures; testing, screening and monitoring; handling the return of employees, including staffing measures, layoffs, and recalling from layoffs; responding to employee concerns and work refusals; and accommodation obligations.

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Skills Centre


Negotiations: Planning and Strategy Selection

Negotiation is a huge part of the responsibilities of lawyers. Being a good negotiator is an essential legal skill and business tool. This practice note provides some understanding of the stages, strategies and skills involved in negotiation for an individual to become a better negotiator.

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In the Know


Protesters, police and pandemic | Michael Bryant and Cara Zwibel

The tornado of injustices of late has wrought a clash of rights proving that truth is stranger, more tragic, more horrible even, than fiction. A pandemic causing mass public anxiety and restrictions on crowd congregations, plus physical distancing rules, plus George Floyd anti-racism…

 

Leading the way forward: Modernizing access to justice | Colin Stevenson

The winds of change have been blowing hard lately, but the saying “it’s an ill wind that blows no good” suggests that even something as thoroughly devastating and unwelcome as the COVID-19 pandemic can hopefully facilitate some positive change in the justice system.

 

 

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