- Employment & Labour
- Information and Privacy Risk
|University ||University of Calgary, B.A.; University of Calgary, B.Comm.|
|Law School||University of Victoria, LL.B.|
•Member, Law Society of Upper Canada
•Member, Canadian Bar Association (Ontario)
•Member, The Advocates' Society
Christopher McClelland is a Partner at Blaney McMurtry and a member of the Employment and Labour Group. His practice includes labour, employment and human rights law. Christopher has been involved in matters before the Superior Court of Justice, the Divisional Court, the Labour Relations Board and the Human Rights Tribunal.
Christopher obtained his LL.B. from the University of Victoria. Prior to attending law school, he received a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Philosophy and Bachelor of Commerce Degree in International Business at the University of Calgary. While at law school, Christopher spent semesters working at the Ontario Securities Commission in Toronto, the Canadian Radio-Television and Telecommunications Commission in Gatineau, Quebec, and with the Robert Pickton defence team in New Westminster, British Columbia.
Christopher articled with Blaney McMurtry in 2007-2008 and returned to the firm after his call to the Bar in 2008.
• The Point of No Return: Terminating Employees for Dishonesty and Litigating Employee Fraud Claims
• Blurred Lines: Mobile Devices in the Workplace
• A Higher Price Tag on Privacy? An Ontario Court Certifies a Class Action for Breach of Privacy
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Blurred Lines: Mobile Devices in the Workplace
Christopher McClelland, May 13, 2015
As smartphones become increasingly common in the workplace, many employers are recognizing the difficulty of attempting to draw a clear line between a “work device” and a “personal device.” Employers have adapted to this issue in different ways. Some employers permit...
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