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19 Canadian Lab. & Emp. L.J. [i] (2015-2016)

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                    Papers from the Pension Conference at the
   Centre for Law in the Contemporary Workplace, Queen's University, May 23, 2014

Two Decades after Schmidt: Where Has Pension Law Been and Where
Is It Going? - Justice Eileen E. Gillese

The Economic Impact on Plan Members of the Shift from Defined Benefit to
Defined Contribution in Workplace Pension Plans - Bob Baldwin             23

The Shift in Workplace Pension Plans from Defined Benefit to Defined Contribution:
Measuring the Impact Using LifePaths - Bob Baldwin & Kevin D. Moore       69

Changing Times, Changing Benefits - Jana Steele                           105

Enforcing Workplace Pension Rights for Unionized Employees: Is There a
Weber Gap? - Elizabeth Shilton                                          135

Pension Benefits and Wrongful Dismissal IMamages: Double Recovery or
Double Jeopardy? - Kenneth Win. Thornicroft                               171

Class Actions Claiming Implicit Contracts for Retirement Benefits
- Peter S. Spiro                                                         201

Changing Work Relationships and the Protection of Workers under Quebec and
Australian Occupational Health and Safety Law - Anne-Marie Laflamme      223

Corporate Social Responsibility as Work Law? A Critical Assessment in the
Light of the Principle of Human Dignity - Isabelle Martin                255

Revisiting Quebec's Decrees: Can Juridical Extension Address the Issue of
Precarious Work in Canada? - Macduy Ngo                                  287

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