- Wrongful Dismissal
- Constructive Dismissal
- Workplace Harassment
- Maternity Leave
- Employment Standards Act claims
- Workplace Complaint or Misconduct
- Employer Compliance Reviews
- Ontario Disability Support Program (ODSP)
- Disability Leave
- Employment Contracts
- Independent Contractor Agreements
- Service Agreements
With a background fighting for the employment rights of some of Toronto's most disadvantaged citizens, we are well prepared to protect and enforce your legal rights. Whether you are an employer or an employee, we are here to help with all your employment law related needs.
Frequently Asked Questions
Do you work on contingency?
No, with your cooperation, we will work together to establish a flat-fee cost scheme that is comfortable for everyone's needs and circumstances.
What is the difference between "court claims" and "Ministry of Labour claims"
A "Ministry of Labour claim" usually refers to a claim under the Employment Standards Act. These claims are only for amounts you are specifically owed under the Act (for example: if you were paid less than minimum wage, you can claim for the difference between what you received and the actual minimum wage at the time you were working). A "court claim" is made in the court system. You are not bound to the minimum amounts listed in the Act but be aware, unlike at the Ministry, if you lose a case in court you may have costs assessed against you.