Workers' Rights in BC, Part 2

  • When: Tuesday, May 14, 2024 at 7:00 PM Coordinated Universal Time

  • Length: 60 minutes

  • Where: Online, via webinar

What are your most pressing work-related legal questions? In this followup webinar to April’s webinar about workers' rights in BC, lawyers Jessica Forman and Jim Wu of Forte Workplace Law will answer questions about your rights as a worker and how to deal with problems at work. They’ll be focusing on questions from you and other attendees. We invite you to join us, to deepen your understanding of worker rights and how to navigate problems.


Jessica Forman

Jessica Forman

Jessica Forman is an employment lawyer with Forte Workplace Law. Her practice focuses on assisting employers and employees to solve their workplace problems. Originally from California, where she attended law school and practiced as a commercial litigator, Jessica relocated to Richmond, BC over 10 years ago. She regularly conducts seminars on issues such as harassment and workplace safety.

Jim Wu

Jim Wu

Jim Wu is an employment lawyer with Forte Workplace Law. He drafts and reviews job offers and severance packages, and fights for and defends against wrongful dismissal claims. A former EI adjudicator, he also advises on the ins and outs of employment insurance and represents both employees and employers at the Social Security Tribunal. He is a mentor for the Federation of Asian Canadian Lawyers, and can offer services in Mandarin and Shanghiese in addition to English.

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