The Competing Rights Webcast
April 18, 2016 12 noon – 1pm ET
What happens when a company allows a trans female employee to use the women’s washroom and other female employees raise concerns about their safety? Or when a student claims that a professor’s lecture on sexuality in the media creates an unsafe space for women, while the professor insists that they have rights relating to academic freedom? Or when a customer indicates that they would prefer to be helped by a male employee because of religious-based restrictions on interacting with women?
The issue of competing rights is increasingly commonplace and can create challenges for organizations. In this webcast, we will provide you with an analytical framework to receive, understand, assess and resolve competing rights claims. We will walk you through specific real-world examples to apply this framework and discuss outcomes that will allow organizations to implement resolutions and move forward.
In providing this information to participants via webcast, Rubin Thomlinson is not providing legal advice. The purpose of this event is to provide general information only.