Maureen Saltman330 Bay Street
Toronto ON M5H 2S8
Tel: (416) 366-3091
In practice over 30 years; also active in federal jurisdiction.
B.A., University of Toronto, Honours Programme in Psychology; LL.B., Osgoode Hall Law School.
Self-employed arbitration and mediation services through M. Saltman Arbitrations Ltd.; Labour Lawyer, Dept. of Justice.
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Lists and Panels
Named in numerous collective agreements.
Related Adjudication Experience
2001-present - Mediator, University of Western Ontario, Western Centre for Continuing Studies - Dispute Resolution for Physicians and Dentists (Project in Developmental Stage); 1980-present - Arbitrator, Human Resources Development Canada; 1980-present - Vice-Chair, Ontario Grievance Settlement Board; 1979 to discontinuance of the use of part-time members in the mid-1980's - Part-time Member/Adjudicator, Federal Public Service Staff Board (Canada); 1979-present - Approved Arbitrator for Ontario Ministry of Labour; 1978 to amalgamation of the Commission with the Ontario Labour Relations Board in 1987 - Arbitrator, Mediator and Fact Finder for the Ontario Education Relations Commission; 1981-1991 - Referee under the Employment Standards Act (Ontario); 1979-present - Approved Arbitrator for the Ontario Police Arbitration Commission; 1986 to discontinuance of the list of Arbitrators in 1996 - Approved Arbitrator for the Ontario Solicitor General (Firefighter Disputes); 1983 to present - Arbitrator/Trainer for the Arbitrator Development Programme under the auspices of the Ontario Ministry of Labour; 2001 Approved Arbitrator, Alternative Dispute Resolution Roster, Resource Stewardship Agreements, Ministry of Natural Resources (Ontario); 2001 - Thesis Supervisor, LL.M. Programme in Labour and Employment Law, Osgoode Hall Law School; 2003, 2002, 2001, 2000 - Guest Lecturer, Labour Arbitration Seminar, Osgoode Hall Law School; 1999 - Adjudicator, Mathews, Dinsdale & Clark, Barristers & Solicitors, Law School Competition.
Member, Canadian Bar Association
Arbitration Awards on CanLII
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Speaking Engagements: 2002 - Guelph Human Resources Association (Arbitration); 2002 - Hicks Morley (Labour Arbitration); 2001 - Canadian Urban Transit Association (Arbitration Process); 2003 (scheduled), 2002, 2001, 2000, 1999 and 1998 - Chair, University of Toronto Centre for Industrial Relations/Labour Arbitration Yearbook Conference (Labour Arbitration); 1997 - Speaker, University of Toronto Centre for Industrial Relations/Labour Arbitration Yearbook Conference (Labour Arbitration); 2001 - University of Toronto Centre for Industrial Relations/Lancaster House Publishing (Addressing Discrimination Achieving Accommodation, Navigating Changes to Employment Standards); 1999 - Ministry of the Attorney General (Ontario) (Power imbalances in dispute resolution); 1998 - Infonex (Professional Development Seminar) (Winning Strategies for Collective Bargaining, 1997 & 1996: Administering the Collective Agreement); 1998 - Extendicare Nursing Homes (Arbitration Seminar); 1995 - Canadian Automobile Workers (Staff Seminar); 1982 - McGill University, Industrial Relations Centre (30th annual conference); 1991, 1989, 1987, 1985, 1981 - Canada Labour Views (Annual Conference); 1986 - Personnel Association of Toronto (First Arbitration, 1987: Arbitration Seminar); 1988, 1987, 1986, 1985, 1984, 1983, 1982, 1981 - Ontario Nurses' Association (The Nurse and the Law Seminar, 1982, 1981 - Contract Interpretation Seminar); 1984, 1981 - Ontario Education Relations Commission (Grievance Mediation Seminar); 1981 - Ontario Ministry of Correctional Services (Management Development Seminar); 1981 - Scarborough Secondary School Principals and Vice-Principals (Ontario) (Grievance Arbitration Seminar); 1987 - Ontario Catholic Supervisory Officers' Association (Seminar)
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