Hum Law Firm in the Media

New Zealand Law Society interview Ontario’s anti-discrimination and harassment programme with Lai King Hum

Half of Audience at Law Society International Women’s Day Panel Know of #MeToo incident

Lai King Hum joins Law Society of Ontario International Women’s Day panel on #MeToo #TimesUp and the law

Canadian Race Relations Foundation: 150 Stories Lai King Hum

Law Times: Entity regulation encouraged to boost diversity

Hum appointed discrimination and harassment counsel to DHCP

Cannabis Legalization and the Workplace:

Although recreations marijuana (Cannabis) will be legalized, it odes not mean that employees will go unchecked. Similar to alcohol and smoking policies int he workplace, policies can be put in place reflecting zero tolerance for impaired employees or customers or marijuana in the workplace or marijuana paraphernalia.

However, a pure zero-tolerance policy may be problematic if an employer’s duty to accommodate is triggered.

Women, LGBTQ and beyond: Recent cases of systemic discrimination and harassment in the workplace

Lai King Hum Appointed Deputy Judge

Hum appointed to Up With Women board of directors

Lai-King Hum Appointed to Toronto Chinese Business Association

Lai-King Hum, Chair of RODA submitted report on Working Together for Change: Strategies to Address Issues of Systemic Racism in the Legal Professions

‘Widespread barriers’ for racialized licensees

LSUC working group report a ‘baseline’ for advancing diversity

Federation of Asian Canadian Lawyers Opens the Market – Oct 2016

Law Society report proposes changes to combat system racism – Sept 2016

Reversal of man’s firing for sexual harassment sends key message

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